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A Film Made From Voice Recordings About Things Tory Burch Likes

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Quirky fashion video of the day: filmmaker Van Neistat sent designer Tory Burch a digital voice recorder while she was in Europe. Burch took it along with her and made voice recordings about things she likes. Van Neistat took her recordings and found things she likes, but in Korea. The result? A kind of confusing but sweet video of a mash-up between Europe and Korea that's somehow, we're sure, kind of relevant to Tory Burch's soon-to-debut spring-summer collection.
· Things I Like [Tory Burch]