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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzwDyYFgx54&feature=youtu.be

 

Video Podcast including some discussion on Tom Ford

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All TF....

post #108 of 112
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Originally Posted by David Zaritsky View Post

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzwDyYFgx54&feature=youtu.be

 

Video Podcast including some discussion on Tom Ford

Cool video, thanks for posting.

Did you purchase your suit @ the TF on Madison? I think I recognized one of the sales people from that store in your video.

post #109 of 112

Yep, Madison store...!

post #110 of 112
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Originally Posted by Sator View Post

May I suggest that you guys also keep in mind the fact that many of the style features on a Ford are knocks of the Tommy Nutter-Edward Sexton styles of the 1970s. Edward Sexton says as much about the Ford look. The narrow-high waisted cut with high-concave shoulders and wide bellied lapels are all give the game away.

You can go directly to the original source of the style - Edward Sexton himself:

jakt1pk1.jpg

http://www.edwardsexton.co.uk/

Also Sexton pupils such as Davide Taub, head cutter at Maurice Sedwell, continue the tradition of this style:

http://davidetaub.blogspot.com/

In many cases, your local tailors may have considerable difficulty in making this type of high-concave shoulders, which are notoriously hard to get right.

what make you think tomfordstyle is based on mr sexton,i heard about that ford often visit mr hitchcock who worked in andersonsheppard.and davide taub is the pupil of sexton.i believed taub is assiatant cutter and director of sexton from 2008 to 2010?

post #111 of 112
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Originally Posted by Sator View Post

May I suggest that you guys also keep in mind the fact that many of the style features on a Ford are knocks of the Tommy Nutter-Edward Sexton styles of the 1970s. Edward Sexton says as much about the Ford look. The narrow-high waisted cut with high-concave shoulders and wide bellied lapels are all give the game away.

You can go directly to the original source of the style - Edward Sexton himself:

jakt1pk1.jpg

http://www.edwardsexton.co.uk/

Also Sexton pupils such as Davide Taub, head cutter at Maurice Sedwell, continue the tradition of this style:

http://davidetaub.blogspot.com/

In many cases, your local tailors may have considerable difficulty in making this type of high-concave shoulders, which are notoriously hard to get right.

what make you think tomfordstyle is based on mr sexton,i heard about that ford often visit mr hitchcock who worked in andersonsheppard.and davide taub is the pupil of sexton.i believed taub is assiatant cutter and director of sexton from 2008 to 2010?

post #112 of 112
^ was that a bot post?

i'd like to see some more activity in this thread since TF is one of the more prominent high end designers right now.
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