In a story in this weekend's Wall Street Journal, fashion designer Tory Burch discusses from whence she derives inspiration for the interiors of her many, many stores. While each retail locale is designed by Daniel Romualdez, with whom Burch worked on her own residence in NYC, they all vary based on setting. We're tempted to start talking about the "beach-chic" store in Malibu, or the "Asian-mod" one in Seoul, or even the Disneyriffic one in Orlando, Fla., but, well, let's not even go there. The photos are as enticingly eye-popping as a Technicolor array of Reva flats at the Tory Burch outlet, so do have a look above.
· Tory Burch's Many Second Homes [WSJ]
· Create Your Very Own Cliched Design Expression Here! [Curbed National]