Tom Ford at London Fashion Week
Last year Tom Ford was met with disappointment at London Fashion Week as many claimed that he took a day off after some disastrous looks on the catwalk. However, this year Ford is back in full force, choosing to show some stunning classic fashions to lucky editors that were invited into his private showroom to take a look.
This year, Ford opted out of the catwalk scene. Preferring to return to his previous method of bringing small groups of editors into his showroom to see the fashions on models, enabling him to talk his way through every look. This also gave him a chance to explain that the goal of his label is to celebrate the fashion of individual women and that his sole aim is to make a women feel special in his clothing.
Although there are no pictures of the collection, as Ford did not allow it, the clothing range was mostly composed of skinny tailored looks combined with large fur coats. Crepe colours were popular choices as were tight leather pants and pencil skirts. Stiletto boots also marked a lot of his fashions along with golden bags that screamed glamour. In short, most of the clothes were contemporary classics and items that pretty much any women would want.
Most likely, some of these dresses were heading to the Oscars, and with good reason, because the high luxury items are as fairy tale like as the prices on their tags.
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