For fall/ winter 2020, Tory Burch collaborated with American artist Francesca DiMattio, whose ceramic sculptures scattered the runway and served as the backdrop to her collection. Vibrant motifs were transferred onto dresses in the form of beading and prints — they were also seen on knee-high boots worn under handkerchief skirts or with trousers tucked into them.

Burch’s array alluded to the ’70s with midi lengths and micro florals; and softened structural details with fluid silhouettes, feminine frills and florals — all while delivering a sense of American ease and eclectic sensibility that are distinctly her own.

The bags spotted on the runway emanated a casual insouciance and struck the perfect balance between style and practicality. Enter the Eleanor range, crafted in Italian leather and available in three iterations — the Convertible shoulder bag, Diamond Quilt Convertible shoulder Bag, and Small Convertible shoulder bag — that can be styled in myriad ways.

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