New York Fashion Week: Tory Burch Autumn/Winter 2014

14/08/2014 16:39 | Updated 20 May 2015

Tory Burch kicked off day six of New York Fashion Week on Tuesday and after the no-print approach at Donna Karan's Autumn/Winter 2014 show, this collection was a welcome change.

From ornate floral patterns to imagery of mythical creatures, prints were everywhere.


The fabrics were diverse - wool and cashmere mixed with leather and silk - but layered and belted up. Chunky knitwear was worn under fur-trimmed jackets and knee-high socks were seen on almost every model.

Skin was glowing, makeup was minimal and centre-parted hair was fuss-free too. Yes, these designs looked pretty, but this Tory Burch girl gang has been kitted out to brave the elements for the season ahead.

Not even an arctic vortex will stop them.

See all the show highlights below:

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