Walking the red carpet at the premiere of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Sydney Sweeney and Lana Condor turned heads with their stunning black and white outfits.
On Tuesday, September 12, Tory Burch debuted her spring 2023 collection on a dock in midtown Manhattan as the sun was sinking over the Hudson River. Big-name stars were in the front row as usual for her performances, most notably Sydney Sweeney, the brand ambassador as of April. The “Euphoria” actor, who favours dark hues, showed up at Pier 76 wearing a black, sleeveless wool minidress with a curved neckline and a tight bodice that flared into a bubble skirt. Height was provided with a similar pair of platform sandals worn with white lace stockings, and a punk element was added by a black choker necklace. Small drop earrings and the Tory Burch Petite Lee Radziwill Cat Eye Bag ($548) served as final touches.
Lana Condor’s outfit, which included a white short-sleeved boatneck dress with diamond-shaped cuts creating a row below her breast, stood in contrast to Sweeney’s predominantly black apparel. Condor completed the look with gold chrome heel shoes while accessorising with a white Tory Burch Mini Cutout Logo Tote ($598) that adheres to the cutout trend. Moments before the concert, the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” actress posed with Chloe Fineman, who was donning a black maxi dress with a square collar and a burgundy Tory Burch Eleanor Patent Jeweled Logo Small Convertible Shoulder Bag ($648).
Even if the celebs’ attendance boosted the show’s anticipation, the catwalk alone did the trick. The sporty trend of previous seasons was carried on with boxy jackets and wrap-front skirts inspired by Claire McCardell, but a slew of sheer tops and double-layer skirts upped the young ante and moved things in a more whimsical direction. Burch sought to “look at my signatures with a fresh perspective, reflecting what seems current now,” according to the show notes, drawing on her experiences of New York in the 1990s. The fashion designer has been gradually eschewing her demure hallmark look in favour of less-covered-up garments that shape the figure. But certain elements stayed the same: the clothing was simple, moving with ease and radiating