By  on November 9, 2009

It’s early in the morning on the Wednesday of New York Fashion Week, and practically every major retailer and editor is crowding the Salon venue at the Bryant Park tents. They have come to see Tory Burch’s spring collection, which was inspired by the works of Alexander Calder and William Eggleston, and features a charming mix of American classics and fashionable must-haves. Burch herself is in the middle of the room, mobbed by well-wishers, admirers and photographers trying to get a shot of the petite designer.


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