Tom Ford RTW Spring Collection 2017 For Casual Wear
After leaving Gucci in 2006 he launched his own line of menswear, eyewear, perfumes, beauty and other accessories named after him ‘Tom Ford’. Like the other various designers Tom Ford also showcased his spring ready to wear collection at the Park Avenue Armory.
Tom Ford RTW Spring Collection 2017-18 For Formal Wear
Tom Ford RTW Spring Collection 2017 his collection in front of star studded crowd and the location was also perfect to present this glamorous, bold and sexy collection. His fashion show held on 6th September Wednesday night was the first mega event of spring season 2018.
Let’s discuss about the alluring dresses of this glamorous, sexier and audacious Tom Ford RTW Spring Collection 2017. This one piece mini dress having long sleeves and turtleneck is designed in sequins embellished stuff in double silver and golden tone.
Tom Ford RTW Spring Collection 2017-18
Ford’s reputation precedes him. He’s the guy who resurrected Gucci, then took up the reins at Yves Saint Laurent before walking away from the Gucci Group a very, very rich man.
He’s gone Hollywood, while simultaneously building his eponymous label into a nearly $2 billion business on the twin engines of his menswear and beauty lines; womenswear makes up just 30 percent. That number spells it out:
Ford doesn’t quite lead the fashion conversation the way he did back in his Gucci days. If you’re a guy who minted trends in the ’90s—retro ’70s slink, boho-luxe, low-slung kick flares, super-high heels, et cetera—how do you adjust to your new position? And how do you change it?
For Spring, more so than at his see-now-buy-now go-round at the Four Seasons last September, Ford took cues from his own successful menswear. It was a good instinct. As he put it backstage, he’s design a man’s suit that’s recognizable from across the room as a Tom Ford RTW Spring Collection 2017, “fully canvas-lined, with 36 hours of handwork.”
It’s so recognizable, in fact, that he’s had many female clients asking him for men’s suits of their own, tailored to fit their bodies. Previously, Ford didn’t have the capability, but now he does. And so, voilà, his new women’s jackets are broad of shoulder, peak of lapel, and cut in a variety of materials, most fabulously a shocking pink velvet.