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...The Collection in Context American designer Tom Ford joined Gucci, the Italian luxury goods company, in 1994. The brand, in existence since 1921, had experienced a heyday in the 1950s through the 1970s in which it became internationally...

Tom Ford

Designer biography

...Tom Ford served as creative director for Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent before establishing an eponymous brand. Born in Austin, Texas in 1962 and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Ford has cited the flashiness of southwestern style as an early...
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...Tom Ford’s Autumn/Winter 1994 show for Gucci was presented at Milan Fashion Week. Drawing on historical fashion trends of the 21st Century, most notably the 60’s and 70’s, teddy girls, and abstractism, the collection was a both a riot...
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...Tom Ford’s Spring/Summer 1995 show for Gucci was presented at Milan Fashion Week. The collection predominantly featured tailoring and casual separates seen through knee-length sheath dresses, sleeveless or capped sleeved shirts, crop tops...
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...Tom Ford's Spring/Summer 1996 show for Gucci was presented at Milan Fashion Week. The show included sleek tailoring and retro 1970s styles for menswear and womenswear garments. The colors used were mostly midnight blue, black, and white...
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...Tom Ford's Autumn/Winter 1997 show for Gucci was presented at Milan Fashion Week. An almost exclusively dark and deep hued collection, it focused mostly on womenswear defined by slim and sharp lines. Heavy leather, velvet, and clinging...
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...Tom Ford's Autumn/Winter 1998 show for Gucci was shown at Milan Fashion Week. Tailoring featured heavily alongside turtleneck tops and trench coats. For womenswear, garment featured such as V-necklines, belted waists, and back slits...
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...Tom Ford’s Spring/Summer 2000 show for Gucci was presented at Milan Fashion Week. Ford showed a characteristically vamped up, glamorous and sexy show with mini dresses and skirts, plunge neck shirts, maxi dresses, and cut-out tops...
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...Tom Ford's Spring/Summer 2001 show for Gucci was presented at Milan Fashion Week. Models such as Kate Moss, Hannelore Knuts, and Eleonora Bose walked a black mirrored runway wearing sleek, sex-appeal garments in sheer synthetics, clingy...
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...Tom Ford's Spring/Summer 2002 show for Gucci was presented at Milan Fashion Week. The collection nodded to the late 70s and placed less emphasis on Ford's signature slim-fitting silhouette: models wore smock tops with front opening flap...