Tom Ford Spring Summer 2020


Tom Ford presented his Spring Summer 2020 ready-to-wear collection at the New York Fashion Week. Models including Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber showcased the look that balanced high-octane elegance with edgy Manhattan cool. Indeed a disused subway platform beneath Kenmare Street served as the backdrop.

The show opened modestly with draped Grecian gowns in lilac, delicate silk pants and baseball hats. Trouser suits worn over draped T-shirts and trapeze-style dress-coats suggested that the designer had been experimenting with covering up.


But everything that came after was classic Ford, who made his name at Gucci in the late-Nineties with a highly sexual aesthetic.


Moulded PVC bustiers, bralettes and slashed-open swimwear were among the most head-turning pieces last night, while he celebrated the power of the female form with backless tailored jumpsuits.


Tom Ford Spring Summer 2019

Tom Ford kicked off New York fashion week Spring/Summer 2019 season by sending down the runway models Kaia Gerber, Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls in Tom Ford’s signature seductive glamour, in a dusky lilac, faded pink and smoky shades of black.

“I feel that fashion has somehow lost its way, and it’s easy for all of us to be swept up by trends that have lost touch with what women and men actually want to wear,” Tom Ford said. “So I didn’t want to make clothes that were ironic or clever, but simply clothes that were beautiful.”

The front row was seated by Tom Hanks with wife Rita Wilson, rap star Cardi B, Vogue high priestess Anna Wintour and Golding, the hero of “Crazy Rich Asians” and ideal personification of the Tom Ford man. Check out the full lineup below.

Tom Ford Spring Summer 2018 Campaign

Tom Ford unveiled his Spring Summer 2018 ad campaign images, shot by Steven Klein with top models Joan Smalls, Imari Karanja, Fernando Cabral, Adam Senn and Karen Elson. In charge of styling was Carine Roitfeld.

Tom Ford RTW Fall Winter 2018 NYFW

Tom Ford kicked off New York Fashion week with his Fall Winter 2018 womenswear presentation, held at the Armory in New York City on Thursday night. The collection was infused with 80’s vibes of bright colors and animal prints. There were shiny pantsuits and slinky sweaters, and it came acid-bright in hot pink and lime green. See every look from the show below.