It’s official: Tom Ford is entrance to Buckhead Atlanta
March 26, 2015 - fall Denim
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The logoed block went adult yesterday alongside Dior’s
Can we speak about Tom Ford yet? The oppulance engineer and executive is famous for remoteness and discretion, carrying once hold “secret” conform shows and criminialized press and amicable media. This atmosphere of poser has continued to his rumored-but-not-confirmed sell store during Buckhead Atlanta. However, when his logoed block went adult yesterday during a categorical opening of a growth during Peachtree Road and Buckhead Avenue, his approaching attainment seemed to be announced.
Tom Ford—the man—is one of a many desired names in fashion, carrying injected a unsatisfactory Gucci with sex interest and glam as a artistic executive from 1994 to 2004, also laying a foundations of a Gucci Group—now Kering—and streamer adult pattern during Yves Saint Laurent during a same time. He put these birthright labels behind into a limelight, sharp and daring. Tom Ford—the brand—has a same cult appeal. His eponymous tag launched with cosmetics and menswear in 2006, adding womenswear—a quick red runner commodity—in 2010.
That he’s a heavenly in Hollywood (he calls L.A. home, nonetheless a domicile is in London) is no surprise, as a multitalented Ford destined a critically acclaimed film, 2009’s “A Single Man,” in his “downtime.”
Yesterday, as it turns out, was a large day for Ford. The Hollywood Reporter announced his subsequent film is approaching to be “Nocturnal Animals,” an instrumentation of an Austin Wright book patrician “Tony and Susan,” with George Clooney as producer.
Ford’s latest collection total conform with a Hollywood component by entertainment his pre-Oscars ready-to-wear uncover in L.A., hidden a front-row (Anna Wintour) from a London shows and adding A-plus list stars (Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyoncé, and his longtime muse, Julianne Moore). If his collection arrives in time for tumble (and if it includes womenswear during all—which as distant as we know is not carried in Atlanta yet), we’ll be saying denim, fringe, leopard, and dejected velvet—a some-more independent vibe than we typically see from a harsh Ford. The menswear? As neat as ever, ’60s-inspired, with houndstooth jackets and eveningwear. The prices? Easily 4 grand for an off-the-rack suit.
Ford seems to have a Midas touch. Is he adequate to attract some-more shoppers to a tony Buckhead Atlanta development?