Innocence was the story behind a show that touched a nerve. Tory Burch, known for fresh femininity in her designs, a dynamic business attitude and for her philanthropy, stepped where no one has dared to tread since the death of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1997.
https://www.instagram.com/p/B2J5VZYnjNv/?utm_source=ig_embedBut the decent dresses with floral patterns, the puff sleeves channelling the 1980s, the tidy raincoats or simple tie waists suggested subtly the early look of “Shy Di”. The garden of her ancestral home, Althorp, was echoed by the greenery planted in the central area of Brooklyn museum to make a quiet fashion statement – and a subtle comment about Diana. This was before the then future queen used the language of clothes to send distinct messages about her troubled life.