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Tory Burch Sets Up Shop in a Townhouse on New Bond Street

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Tory Burch—of the fantastic handbag and comfy flats Burches—has opened her second-ever standalone Europe location, after Rome, in London. The grand opening kicked off this week with a star-studded party with a guest list featuring the likes of Joely Richardson, Rena Sindi, Allegra Hicks, John Frieda, and Santa and Simon Sebag Montefiore.

The bi-level 4,200 square foot boutique is situated in a 19th-century townhouse which previously served as a haberdashery—previous to that, it was one of the city's first Louis Vuitton stores.
· Tory Burch Opens in London [WWD]

Tory Burch

149 New Bond Street, London, England