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Top model Kaia Gerber takes us behind the scenes of TOM FORD’s Women’s Fall 2018 Show at the Park Avenue Armory, featuring the debut of Shadow Extrême in TFX10 from his new makeup line Tom Ford Extrême.

Karen Morrison, Executive Producer & Director.  DP Cameraman: Giovanni Sicignano.  Camera Karen Morrison.  A production of MODTV Fashion Network

Go behind the scenes of TOM FORD Men’s Fall Winter 2018 Show at New York Fashion Week, featuring the dewy skin Runway Look for Men using the TOM FORD for Men Skincare and Grooming Collection.

Karen Morrison, Executive Producer & Director.  DP Cameraman: Giovanni Sicignano.  Camera Karen Morrison.  A production of MODTV Fashion Network

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TOM FORD is one of our favorite fashion designers on the planet and we have to confess we are obsessed with what ever Tom does.  We can’t stop watching the fashion film he produced for the Tom Ford Spring 2016 Collection featuring Lady Gaga.

It features some of our favorite top models Mica Arga, Lexi Bolling, Kayla Scott, Xaio Wen Ju, Valery Kaufman, Aymeline Valade, Lida Fox, Lucky Blue Smith, Alex Dunstan, David Agbodji and Tarun Nijjer.

Lady Gaga appears and models in the film, a runway video of the collection, which was directed by Nick Knight. In the video, Gaga also sings a cover of I Want Your Love.

“I Want Your Love” produced by Nile Rodgers the track is a Gagalicious cover of the original with the same name performed by Chic, which appeared on their 1978 album, “C’est Chic“.

The film is brilliant and we of course love the beauty look – makeup by Stephane Marais, hair by Sam McKnight.

CREDITS: Designer: Tom Ford | Direction: Nick Knight  | Photographic Direction: Benoît Delhomme
Art Direction: Trey Laird at Laird and Partners | Set Design: Gideon Ponte | Styling: Carine Roitfeld | Choreography: Stephen Galloway

Music: Lady Gaga – “I Want Your Love” (feat. Nile Rodgers), Produced by Rene Arsenault and Billy Mohler for Riot City (weareriotcity.com), mixed by Matty Green

Discover more and shop online at TomFord.com

Watch the sneak preview of Mademoiselle C the documentary film about former Vogue Paris Editor Carine Roitfeld.  The film, directed by Fabien Constant will be released theatrically during New York Fashion Week on September 11th and features some of the fashion world’s hottest names including Karl Lagerfeld, Donatella Versace, Tom Ford, Mario Testino, Riccardo Tisci, Diane Von Furstenberg, and Alexander Wang.

 

Mademoiselle C Documentary Poster

Mademoiselle C Documentary Poster

Mademoiselle C chronicles Carine’s launch of her new magazine CR Fashion Book. It gives a rare inside glimpse at the inner workings not only of Roitfeld’s professional world but also her personal life. It is a film about transition, letting the audience watch as Carine moves to New York, starts a new business, and prepares to become a grandmother. And of course, its filled the the models, celebrities, and eccentric personalities that make the fashion world so entertaining. Here’s a sneak preview.

Tom Ford has produced a short look book video starring Abbey Lee Kershaw, Natasha Poly, Arizona Muse, and Anja Rubik for his Fall 2011 Collection.  These are the first images anyone has seen of Ford’s actual collection that was shown at a top secret, private, invitation-only presentation during London Fashion Week in February. All the editors and invited guests were asked to sign confidentiality agreements restricting the release of any reviews or photos until the summer.

Just like his Tom Ford’s Spring 2011 collection, no outside fashion TV camera crews or fashion photographers were invited to document the event. So this video teaser published on Tom Ford’s website is the first images we have seen of the collection. What can we say, this collection was worth the wait –  it’s breathtakingly beautiful and absolutely stunning.

Lara Stone is the face of TOM FORD Beauty – the range is set to launch worldwide this Fall.  Stone was recently signed to an exclusive contract to Calvin Klein, but she now stars alongside Tom Ford in the campaign for his new beauty collection photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.

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Ford’s new beauty range incorporates color, cosmetics and skincare and overall he’s more about color than a nude face.  As he told WWD “..For night, it’s a strong eye and a strong mouth.” Indeed, even his lip glosses — with racy names like Lost Cherry — are packed with pigment. Eyes are most definitely smoky, and the key is to “anchor” intense colors around the eye with a rim of kohl-effect pencil, said Ford. British makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury worked with Ford on the cosmetic range.

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The effect is the feminine aesthetic at Studio 54 circa 1978, the full glossy lips and thick brows, the sparkling eyes and the long flowing locks on characters including Jerry Hall, Lauren Hutton, Mariel Hemingway and Bianca Jagger.  Source: WWD

 

The king is back! Tom Ford debut of his Women’s Ready to Wear collection for Spring 2011 featuring Beyoncé, Rita Wilson, Lauren Hutton and some of the world’s hottest supermodels including Natalia Vodianova and Daria Werbowy.

Tom Ford’s ultra-private, invitation-only debut show was the talk of New York Fashion Week and was strictly off-limits to the press, no photographers or video cameras were allowed to document the event. The reason for all the secrecy? Ford told Harper’s Bazaar that the immediacy of the web dulls the consumer’s interest in the clothes, “by the time they get to the store they’re overexposed, they’ve lost their freshness“.  As you will see this is definitely one collection worth waiting for.

Credits: Song “Pretty Babies” by Karen Elson. Video by photographer Terry Richardson.

Carine Roitfeld, the influential editor of Paris Vogue announced today she is resigning to pursue personal projects. Roitfeld is a fashion icon known for her fierce style and in her 10 years as editor-in-chief made Paris Vogue one of the most cutting edge titles in fashion. A trend setter and the undisputed star of the front row at fashion week, the news about Roitfeld’s departure was made today on the Paris Vogue website.

CARINE ROITFELD, PARIS VOGUE EDITOR

Roitfeld is leaving to pursue personal projects, reports Vogue UK. In a telephone interview with the New York Times’ Cathy Horyn, Roitfeld explained: “It’s 10 years that I’m editor of the magazine. I think it’s time to do something different.”

A former model, Carine Roitfeld worked as as stylist and muse to designer Tom Ford when he was at Gucci and YSL and they remain close personal friends.

Fresh on the heels of launching his first women’s collection, Tom Ford guest edited Paris Vogue’s December 2010 issue. Already the rumors are flying that Carine will join forces with Ford when she leaves Paris Vogue in January 2011. We can’t wait to see what’s next.

PARIS VOGUE December 2010 Tom Ford

Carine Roitfeld steps down from Vogue Paris (London Telegraph)
Carine Roitfeld Resigns Paris Vogue (Gardian UK)
In Praise of Carine Roitfeld (Gardian UK)
Will Carine Roitfeld Buddy Up with Tom Ford? (NY Mag – The Cut)