THE BOLD AND SEXY RULES AT TOM FORD

Posted on by Hayley Corwick

Each time Tom Ford shows a collection, fashion reporters say the designer is pulling reference from the glam-90s, the earlier era of Studio 54 and sexy times at Gucci. At some point, it’s time for us all to agree that this is simply the Tom Ford aesthetic. Sexy enough to be worn on a reunion show of Real Housewives and rich enough to be chi-chi-chi Beverly Hills.

This season Tom Ford showed all his staples; sexy suiting for women, long slender gowns, unbuttoned blouses, luxe velvets, and opulent furs. Monochrome ensembles, street-wear inspired hoodies and puffers, and sparkle were among the independent variables for Fall ’19.
The collection also incorporated several Instagram-ready hues, like rich red and blue jewel tones for day and softer lavender and silver for the night. Of course, there were plenty of black ensembles that can slink into the sexy shadows of a Tom Ford orchestrated evening. Our favorite pieces where the gowns that featured oversized chains draped around the shoulders and backs. A new handbag is also imminent utilizing the oversized chain accent.
The designer omitted some of his staple animal prints, like zebra, leopard, and lizard which is an understandable method to avoid self-inflicted clichés. In a new season of Tom Ford, customers can seamlessly embrace their inner hypebeast and hold court in Andy’s clubhouse.

About Hayley Corwick

Hayley is a fashion-business journalist turned blogger. She is the founder of MadisonAvenueSpy.com, which provides keen coverage of the retail market. Her journalism experience includes years as a staffer at Smart Money (Dow Jones), New York Magazine and ABC News. After leaving the newsroom, Hayley spent several years heading up the interactive marketing department for Citi and has subsequently been a marketing consultant for several retailers, hedge funds and non-profit organizations. Her skills and knowledge have been highlighted throughout the media, including The New York Times, Glamour, Travel & Leisure, New York Post, USA Today and Forbes. View all posts by Hayley Corwick →