Tory Burch and her ex-husband Chris have settled one of fashion’s biggest feuds. You may recall that in October Chris filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife claiming that she had kept his clothing business, C. Wonder, from being successful. Christopher Burch wanted to sell his stake in the Tory Burch label which he helped his ex-wife found in 2003, but claimed Tory was blocking his attempts. In a counter suit, Tory alleged that his brand, C. Wonder, copied her eponymous label.
With the help and financial assistance of retail guru Chris, Tory founded the label in 2003. The Burches divorced in 2006, and the label went on to became one of the most successful fashion brands in the world. It is rumoured that the company would go public but that no investors would actively work toward an IPO until the dispute was settled. Now that the waring duo have settled there differences, it is likely that the Tory Burch brand will become a public company.