Tory’s taste in music is a clear reflection of what the brand’s roots; feminine yet tomboy, polished with a sense of casual ease.
It all began in ninth grade when she attended her first concert in Philadelphia: the Grateful Dead. Music held a special place in her heart from then until now, both personally and professionally. Frequent visitors of the designer’s online mag, Tory Daily will be familiar with collaborations between the brand and artists such as Kool & The Gang, questlove, Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest, Salt-N-Pepa and Ms. Lauryn Hill to name a few.
Tory Burch is more than just a label on your favourite pair of ballet flats, the fabulous designer has a lifelong relationship with music. Prince famously wore a studded version of her iconic tunic to perform at Coachella; Young Thug recently wore a tracksuit from her sport collection; and Adele, Beyoncé and Corinne Bailey Rae have also worn her designs.
Subscriber to Apple Music will be able to listen to her universal taste in music, from hip-hop to new wave to classic rock and soul on the streaming service. Tory’s taste in music is a clear reflection of what the brand’s roots; feminine yet tomboy, polished with a sense of casual ease.
The collaboration launched on June 21st with two playlists. The first, entitled “Summer Travel” includes some of Tory’s favorite songs to take en route, from Kanye West’s Hey Mama and Led Zeppelin’s Going to California to Manu Chao’s Bongo Bong and Lou Reed’s Walk On the Wild Side. The second, entitled, “Love Divine” is a collaboration between Tory and one of the greatest loves of her life: her son, Henry.
A selection of the Tory Burch playlists will also be available on Tory Daily.