The fashion mogul often celebrates her love for florals with fragrances and garden parties. Along with the release of Tory Burch’s Jolie Fleur collection, BAZAAR speaks scents with her. Tell us about your garden ... I worked with landscape artist Perry Guillot on the layout, which was inspired by the garden’s original lawn dating back to 1929. We actually pulled archival photos and recreated the planted bed areas. Introducing Jolie Fleur fragrances ... Rose is a classic fragrance that epitomises femininity; Verte is centred on lily of the valley—it has an easygoing, tomboy quality that I love; and with Bleue, we tempered the tuberose, a heady scent on its own, with grapefruit and vetiver for an understated and elegant mix. Gardening memories ... I get my passion for flowers from my mother, Reva. She loves fresh blooms and is always so creative with them. Signature flower arranging tips ... Always cut the stem diagonally with a sharp knife; each arrangement is like art— different heights are important; and at a dinner table, never have the centrepiece too high.
Burch brings a table to life with uniquely designed vases