“In a chaotic world, we thought about what ‘effortless’ means now. Clothing that frees up space in your mind,” said Tory Burch of her namesake brand’s Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear collection. She continued: “This collection is designed to be lived in, to move with you, and to instill a sense of lightness and optimism.”

Burch’s uplifting intentions came through. Her past few seasons have marked a sea change for the beloved label, elevating the brand to a cooler, more contemporary tier without losing her clean, classic sensibility. With athletic influences, expert tailoring, and easy footwear, each piece in this collection is made to move.

While pared-back designs can fall into forgettable territory, considered details keep Burch’s feeling anything but. Curved blazers and tunics are slashed along the sleeves to offer flexibility and to show skin, while dresses and skirts are cut at micro-mini lengths which—when paired with flats—feel as sporty as they do sexy.

Made from fabrics like airy organza, nylon taffeta, crochet, and jersey, the garments were architected for lightness. Creating volume as opposed to strict structure, each piece holds its shape while maintaining a sense of ease. Symbols associated with restricting women, like the crinoline, have been reworked and turned into futuristic details.

Largely a serene palette of green, gray, beige, and deep blue, the odd pop of sunshine yellow lifts the entire collection into a modern stratosphere.

And don’t sleep on the accessories. The brand’s Fleming handbag—an iconic piece since 2014—made its runway debut. Like the rest of the collection, the bag puts an emphasis on wearability with its concave shape designed to hug the hip.

Barely-there mesh overlays were mirrored by no-makeup-makeup. Donned on famous faces like brand ambassador Emily Ratajkowski, the collection feels equal parts youthful and mature, epitomizing the optimistic grace of the iconic brand.

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