Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Tory Burch in Color

Tory Burch in Color
By Tory Burch
Forward by Anna Wintour
The Art of Books Since 1949

When I started reading Tory Burch in Color, I realized how much more there is to this woman than I ever knew. Her love of travel with her three boys and the inspirations she found in those adventures. How much art has played a part in her designs absolutely delights me. She discusses her favorite books read over the years and the classics passed down through her family.

Matisse: Anemones in Chinese Vase

Tory Notes: "This book is a kaleidoscope of my greatest influences and experiences , told through images and stories of the people, places, things and ideas that inspire me."

The Reva Flat named after Tory's Mother

Snaps from Tory's Book  

Tory with her boys at Machu Picchu

Her Classic Kaftan 

A colorful image taken during a trip to Italy

This is a book that will brighten your life and is a great addition to any library.

Please purchase at your local bookseller or at Amazon.

All gross proceeds received by Tory Burch LLC from the sale of the book will benefit the Tory Burch Foundation, which supports the economic empowerment of women entrepreneurs and their families in the United States through low-cost loans,  mentorship and entrepreneurial education.

Publicity copy courtesy of Abrams

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Dumbwit Tellher said...

I just knew that Tory's book had to be good. She is a woman to truly admire. Thank you for reviewing her book Karen. I haven't purchased it yet but it's on my Amazon list now!

All my best to you xo

Pura Vida said...

Looks interesting..sweet photo of she and her boys!

therelishedroost said...

WOW thanks for sharing this Karena looks very interesting!!

Unknown said...

I just bought this book Karena. It's gorgeous and for such a good cause. Thanks for sharing! xx

Kristen @ Pursuing Vintage said...

This book looks amazing - and what a stunning cover! I'd love to learn more about her. Another book on my Christmas list!

pve design said...

That book is on my wish list! Tory exemplifies a woman of style and great adventure.

Jennifer said...

I didn't know very much about Tory but she sounds like a quality woman. I'll add this book to my must read list! Thanks for telling me about her.

Decor To Adore said...

I absolutely adore Tory Burch style and it is interesting to see how she receives her inspiration for new collections.

Happy All Hallows Eve!

Laura Casey Interiors said...

I'm excited to get this book! She has great style and I love her use of color. Hope you are doing well!

Calypso In The Country said...

I love her style! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I couldn't reply back directly because I am not on Google plus and your email came up as "no reply". Hope all is well, and enjoy your weekend!

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

I'm going to have to check her book out...I have a list of design books I want to buy...and it keeps getting longer!

designchic said...

Tory Burch is a favorite and I can't wait to get her new book. Love her new home line too!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good evening beautiful Karena! WOW, you have the sleekest taste. All the colors and angular styles are lovely. From the shoes to those beach umbrellas, the happy colors are so chic.

Thank you dear one for coming to visit my post. You know how important it is to dream....to keep on doing so until we wake up from this dream we are living. ENJOY IT ALL! I hope you are well!

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Love Tory Burch!!!...I one day would love to have a pair of those fabulous Reva flats!!...will need to check out the book...I love her love of color!!

Mise said...

The vivid colours are certainly alluring, and she seems to be a woman of energy and culture. I'm pleased to find her book.

Lisa Mende said...

It's a great book Karena, and this was a great review! Happy Monday!

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