Fashion Week closed in New York last night. The spectacular finale was provided by Tom Ford. Traditionally, in recent years, Marc Jacobs ended the show, but this year he has already shown his first collection in 16 months earlier and skipped the schedule of the spring season week.
The guests of the Tom Ford show, which took place at the David Koch Theater on the south side of the main square of Lincoln Center, were Julianne Moore, Sean Penn's daughter Dylan, Jennifer Hudson and others. Well, the podium was Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls, Anya Rubik and more.
Everyone is talking about the return of the 2000s. And Tom Ford put the guests of the show in a time machine in the most decisive way. Looking at the catwalk, one could not help but recall the era of the designer at Gucci (he was the creative director from 1994 to 2004). But over time, all things did not fade, but, on the contrary, became brighter and fell on the audience with a real kaleidoscope of a motley combination of textures and emphasized sexual stylization.
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The mantra that after the pandemic of the holiday, including in fashion, you want every day, Ford visualized as literally as possible.
Here, the most everyday and simple things are made of fabrics and materials that are more associated with evening wardrobe. The collection featured satin cargo pants, corset tops, sparkling lame alcoholic T-shirts, sequin shirts and, of course, the legendary velvet blazers and satin blue blouses (such as Madonna wore in 1995) – iconic items created by Ford.
You can also forget about minimalism in accessories: Tom Ford returns the “rapper” body kit with massive gold chains and wide chokers with rhinestones, which Paris Hilton adored in the 2000s.
Tom Ford at the show finale
Julianne Moore and Jennifer Hudson