In celebration of National Entrepreneurship Month, we launched our first-ever Tory Burch Foundation pop-up shop in New York City – a living story of our mission to empower women. In addition to in-store activations and weekly events, 20% of all net proceeds benefitted the Foundation’s work to advance women’s empowerment and entrepreneurship.
Products Made by Women Entrepreneurs
Guests could sample food and drinks made by Tory Burch Foundation women entrepreneurs, including Kate McAleer of craft confectionery Bixby & Co., Erin Uehara of Hawaiian chocolate shop Choco le’a, Jordan Salcito of Ramona sparkling wine coolers, Penny Stankiewicz of specialty bakery Sugar Couture, and Sashee Chandran of Tea Drops.
100 Years of Women’s History
Women’s equality and diversity make the world a better place! Our wall of women’s rights featured 100 years of progress, highlighting the legislative advancements for women. From voting rights to the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act the wall showed guests how far we have come and how much further we have to go to make a more equal society for women.
#EmbraceAmbition Photo Booth
All month long, guests had the opportunity to take a picture in our #EmbraceAmbition photo booth.
Words of Wisdom
The pop-up featured inspiration around every corner and behind every door.