New York Fashion Week S/S 2013: Colours, patterns and texture: We see it all at Tory Burch

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It was all colours, textures, prints and embroidery on the runway at Tory Burch, with hints of Africa strewn throughout the collection. There was a little bit of everything, with looks ranging from maxi dresses with delicate neon embroidery, to neutral pencil skirts adorned with floral motifs.

While a lot of collections this week have had a dominant colour scheme evident, Tory Burch seemed to move through the rainbow, splashing various colours across versatile and comfortable pieces.

One particular standout look was a yellow mid-length sundress that we would love to wear on a summery day at the beach. Falling to mid-calf, little daisy flowers dotted across the material, and it was accessorised perfectly with a tribal statement necklace. Models wore their long hair in messy fishtail braids, and their makeup was natural and chic. Sharp, bold eyebrows were the focus, with lips dotted with pale pink, and the eyes seemingly bare.

It is hard to sum up what the main look for this collection was, with patterns including paisley, stripes and plaid all seen throughout the show, and some ensembles were even completed with tassles.

One thing that was certainly clear to us? This is a low-fuss, fun collection that is perfect for the warmer months, and the diversity of the looks only added to the appeal: there is something for everyone.