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Monday, November 15, 2010

The Return of Tom Ford.


TOM FORD delighted Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent in the 90's and 00's with appreciation for the female body with Womenswear until he started his creation of TOM FORD for Menswear in 2004 right after stepping down as Creative Director for Gucci. Now he's back to bringing the "sex". Ford showed his first Womenswear collection at a very private viewing this past Spring Fashion Week in September where no photography was allowed. Somehow the Times still managed to grab some shots and even some camera phones got shots, (where reportedly Daphne Guinness and Beyonce had modeled looks), but nothing has truly been revealed until now. Ford said that he would wait until December to reveal, so does that mean December 2010 VOGUE? Apparently. Here's the spread, (Well, the leaked photos from September first, then the VOGUE spread on the bottom). And yes, he did bring the "sex".

Go to Vogue.com for more larger HQ photos!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Random Post I

1. Emma Stone hosted SNL!
-Digital Short: "I Broke my Arm"

2. I found a Daria obsessed tumblr. Now I can laugh 24/7.
Enough said.

3. Robert Longo x F10 Bottega Veneta ads.
-Some of Longo's "Untitled : in the City" works showed up at the BMA so I've been researching how much art is in fashion now. It's exciting.

4. Speaking of, this Jackson Pollock painting. Reminds me a lot of Proenza x JBrand F10 paint-splattered jeans. So simple, yet complex. I would be fine with either one of his works or the jeans hanging on my wall. Both are just as creative and different.