The heady exotica of Morocco and the land of the Union Jack may seem like worlds apart… but the two converged in London in the late Sixties and Seventies, when the city was the epicenter of bohemian cool. That clash of cultures and mashup of Marrakech-meets-Chelsea was the starting point for Tory’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, which features all the stylistic touchstones of the era — tapestry prints, draped bias cuts, tassels and intricately crafted embellishments. Discover more inspiration above and on our Pinterest board; to shop the collection, click here.
Clockwise from top left: La Maison Arabe in Marrakech, photographed by AleIndia via; La Mamounia, photographed by Noa Griffel; a still from the Fall/Winter 2015 lookbook; detail shot from the Fall/Winter 2015 runway show in New York Fashion Week; Bianca Jagger, circa 1960, photographed by Ron Galella/Getty Images; Westminster, London; photographed by Dennis Hallinan; close-up from the Fall/Winter 2015 runway, photographed by Mimi Ritzen Crawford