Tom Ford is set to release some pretty amazing optical frames in the coming months. They’re gold with precious water buffalo horn in a specially designed resin box, which comes with conditioning cream and chamois cloth for complete care of the horn. The frames are slated to be available from April through June in Tom Ford boutiques and select luxury department stores and are priced at $2,950.
Tom Ford’s Fall 2011 lookbook has been released, giving us a look at the designer’s product for the upcoming winter seasons. This collection is as amazing as you’d expect from Mr. Ford with plenty of fine detailing and utilization of all the proper fabrics. “Note the big shoulders, wide lapels, and pants with big cuffs and wide leg openings.” I think many will oppose this look right now but we’re expecting this to be extremely wearable in the months ahead. It’s a solid mix and if the suiting won’t appeal, the outerwear most certainly will. (via DW)
For anyone thinking the relationship between famed label Tom Ford and model Jon Kortajarena was over, think again friends. Shots of the Spring 2010 are out and the collection looks flawless. The collection presents an array of color and fabric options but we’d like to keep it simple with the double breasted suit in a white finish. Summer wedding anyone?
We recently brought you Tom Ford‘s Eyewear lineup for the upcoming Fall/Winter seasons, but that was just an appetizer. The complete lookbook from the men’s designer is out, blessing us with one dashing lineup (did I just say dashing?). It’s nothing less of what you would expect from Tom Ford, well-crafted pieces from the finest fabrics. There’s an array of finishes this time around as well, including wool, leather and even suede and velvet. And of course, the one constant in all of Tom’s campaigns — Jon Kortajarena. Hit the jump to be mesmerized, but don’t say we didn’t warn you. (more…)
The relationship between Jon Kortajarena and Tom Ford continues to thrive with the label’s fall/winter eyewear campaign. The men’s lineup looks pretty solid, most notably those silver aviators. As for the women’s, let’s just say we weren’t focusing on the frames. Tom Ford shot the entire campaign himself and we commend him for his hands-on dedication.
More images after the jump. (more…)
Tom Ford’s “Made to Measure” shoe collection is covered this week in GQ UK (via Selectism). If you’re willing to pay over $3,500 for a bespoke pair of beauties, then you’ll definitely get what you pay for. “Customers can select from any one of 18 styles – from lace-ups to loafers – and an almost bewildering number of materials (14 different kinds of calf leather, not to mention suede and crocodile skin).”
For his Spring-Summer 2009 collection, Tom Ford’s using Jon Kortajarena again to show off his latest collection. The Spring / Summer line for 2009 fails to disappoint us. No surprise there as Ford’s been dropping our jaws consistently for the past few seasons. He’s looking like the Gucci of the 90s. Oh wait, he was the Creative Director of Gucci in the 90s.
See the full line featuring Jon Kortajarena after the jump. (more…)
Details has interviewed several well-known experts for their “Rules of Style” segment. This week, they got a chance to sit down with Tom Ford to discuss what’s important in life and what isn’t. Number 7 states: “Just like girls need to learn to be comfortable in heels before they go out in them for the first time, a man should try wearing a suit throughout a normal day. I do most things in a suit—and sometimes even in a tuxedo—and so I’m really comfortable in one.”
Head to DETAILS to read Tom’s entire list of rules.
Old world tradition meets new world glamour with this deluxe soap on a rope that lathers up easily and rinses off quickly without drying the skin. What without drying the skin? You don’t say. I’m going to have to order this one. I might even ditch the cologne since its lightly scented with Tom Ford For Men.
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