This feels totally fine the new Tom Ford Menswear Fall/Winter 2017 lookbook is here.
After a Spring collection saturated with intense, thrilling color, he went black for Fall. And, following seasons of hyperattenuated tailoring, he showed only two suits this time round, throwing the emphasis solidly on sportswear, “to capture the other side of my customer’s life,” as he sagely put it during today’s presentation.
Voluminous topcoats swirled around a stovepipe silhouette; And no prizes for guessing why this “other side” should suddenly have become important. Ford himself now needs such clothes (brown shoes, for Pete’s sake) when he’s walking his toddler, Jack, in Hyde Park.
Things got even better when Ford dialed down the volume, as in a down-filled taupe blazer and a bone-toned mac. But the most telling addition to Ford’s newly casual Fall repertoire may well have been all the neat colors he picked in the color board.
I guess we all gonna see new the classic velvet jacket by Ford just in Fall/Winter Indigo, green, browns and dark colors.