Tory Burch Debuts a Grateful Dead Homage

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Tory Burch; Herb Greene, 710 Ashbury Street, San Francisco, CA, 1966. Special Collections, University of California, Santa Cruz. Grateful Dead Archive. Photo: Courtesy of Tory Burch, the New-York Historical Society

Something we never knew until today: Tory Burch likes the Grateful Dead. We never would have suspected it, though we kind of love the pairing. The designer launched an homage to the Grateful Dead on her site (but she's not a Deadhead, despite "Ripple" being on constant play in the office, we're told). She posted photos, stage notes, and memorabilia courtesy of the New-York Historical Society's exhibit on the Dead ("The Grateful Dead: Now Playing at the New-York Historical Society"), which runs through July 4. We love that Burch went with an old high-school love instead of the newest "It" band. So, what was your most memorable concert?

Spotlight on The Grateful Dead [Tory Burch]