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If you’re one of the numerous fans of Milan Fashion Boutiques, you won’t miss a visit to Tory Burch and take a look in her collections in itds two-story space! Tory Burch fashion boutique is about 450 square meters divided in two floors and is located in Via della Spiga 7, within the historic Milan Fashion District, the most important Milan Luxury Avenue.
In line with all Tory Burch stores, also in the Milan fashion boutique, the atmosphere it is quite intimate, residential, with personal touches everywhere. Join Milan Design Agenda and find the next fashion trends of 2016!
On the ground floor there is a room dedicated to accessories with white marble floors / brown wallpaper with peony leaves golden drapes and antique vases seafoam white-and-blue turned into lamps. There is also a room dedicated to bags with bleached herringbone floors, ornamental brass and mother of pearl in a closet from Morocco.
A brass banister leads to the first floor, with windows overlooking the sky-earth on Via della Spiga. The first room is dedicated mainly to ready-to-wear, has a set of neutral panels in oak, gold-leaf chandelier, chair and mat fiber agave that enhance the natural light that illuminates the space. The nearby hall is dedicated to footwear and has wall-covering in jacquard patterns, inspired by the porch of the house of Tory in Southampton, with two sitting areas with sofas green oils, blue embroidered pillows and tables cane. The room overlooks a private terrace with box trees in pots color indigo blue.
Even small antechambers are treated with special details, such as photographs of Tory’s parents whose natural elegance has always been a valuable source of inspiration for the brand. Tory Burch is looking out to the public in 2004 with a small boutique in Manhattan, and the classic aesthetics together gives to the designer a bohemian approach that can be immediately appreciated by trendsetters.
In the past ten years the brand grew by expanding internationally and now has more than 140 boutiques worldwide. The art, music, travel, interior design and personal style of Tory’s parents are all sources of inspiration for her collections.
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