New York Fashion Week is officially upon us and to kick off the autumn/winter season is Tom Ford who made a political statement with his chic-tailored collection of gentle, non-aggressive elegance done in simple silhouettes, with some Los Angeles-inspired pops of colour.
There was a distinctive ‘70s vibe in fake-fur fedoras with wide brims and fluffy oversized coats. For evening, he did long silk jersey body-skimming dresses adorned with chains of pale pink and lilac that framed shoulders and backs. The links were the only adornment.
Make no mistake: The classic Ford attention to detail was on display, as was a certain swagger. Some of the autumn-winter looks were lined and faced in silk with hand-done detailing for his usual touch of luxury.
Since decamping from London to Los Angeles nearly two years ago, Ford yet again has embraced color, but this time around it came mostly in faded shades of pale blue, dove grey, plum, caramel, pink and rich browns and deep burgundy.
See the full collection below.
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