Posts Tagged ‘Tom Ford’

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How to Dress for a New Year’s Eve Party thus making a brazilian- bombshell-entrance.

December 21, 2009

The biggest parties of the year will be happening on New Year’s Eve.Here’s the looks Of a strikingly attractive appearance capable of causing emotional shock or loss of consciousness..

Dont forget the perfume, everybody will smell good so you’ll have to pick a very particular scent that fits you.Here’s a selection of fragances which make almost everybody ask you the name.

  • M7 By Yves Saint Laurent For Men
  • Tabarome Millesime by Creed
  • L’Artisan Parfumeur Timbuktu
  • English Leather by Creed
  • Serge Lutens Chene
  • Habit Rouge by Guerlain

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A SINGLE MAN – a film by Tom Ford

December 16, 2009

Aparently it did well at Cannes and Colin Firth is being tauted as a shoe-in for an Oscar nomination. I read great things about it, but the trailer is ridiculously ambiguous -no dialogue, fast cuts of artsy-looking people looking miserable — so that has me worried that it’s all hype.

Fashion designer Tom Ford talks to two semi-naked male extras on the set of his directorial debut movie, “The Single Man”. The film is based on Christopher Isherwood’s 1964 novel of the same name and is set over a day in the life of a man who suddenly loses his lover in a tragic accident.

It’s not exactly going to cross over into the mainstream. It looks exquisite – as you’d expect – but it’s a bit airless and while not being completely shallow, it lacks depth. You admire the clothes and interiors, etc., but it’s not particularly engagin on an emotional level.

That’s what I was afraid of — all style and no substance.But you can bet he’ll be in every frickin magazine during the film’s release, staring at us contemptuously with his little white shirt and black jacket.

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New Tom Ford Shades[Brad Pitt’s]

November 21, 2009

Those new aviator shades Brad Pitt‘s been sporting lately are by his favorite designer Tom Ford, naturally.

[via JustLuxe]

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10 looks to get through the Winter in Style

November 20, 2009