Tom Ford Experiments With Color and Archival Materials in a New Men’s Collection

tom ford men's collection

After canceling his collection at the recent New York Fashion Week, Tom Ford presented a men’s collection overwhelmed with monochrome.

For the men’s wardrobe, the fashion designer chose rich shades of chocolate and burgundy wine, deep olive tones, dark blue, and black. Also, the designer turned to different variations of white. This color decision was reminiscent of what Ford had already done for Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent.

tom ford men's collection

In the new collection, the designer used a reminiscence of the famous red velvet suit, in which Gwyneth Paltrow appeared in 1996 at the MTV Video Music Awards. This time, Tom offered such a silhouette to men.

The designer also presented a wide assortment of hoodies in the form of satin blouses or they were complete with an elegant jacket. The collection also featured a red velvet blazer with a detachable puffy nylon hood, sweatpants, and puffy pieces. For lovers of solemn events, tuxedos made of shining jacquard fabric and velvet were presented with a zebra print. All men’s ensembles were accompanied by signature glasses.

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