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Tom Ford

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by southjersey, Aug 27, 2011.

  1. teddieriley

    teddieriley Senior member

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    Wait, you smell that?
    

    They can? :confused:
     
  2. F. Corbera

    F. Corbera Senior member

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    He's right. A Florentine tailor, such as Mario Zuccala, can make you clothes in the Florentine style. But, he can also make you a space suit like astronauts or extraterrestrials wear.
     
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    Italian astronauts maybe :)

    Does he do the spectrum of styles, or is it a choice of Florentine or Astronaut style?
     
  4. SirGrotius

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    Resurrecting this thread. I visited the TF shop on Madison Ave earlier today -- I didn't have much time, but stumbled upon it really.

    I really loved the suits, and for the first time the SA seemed to truly "get it" and know what he was talking about. There was no pressure, and the suit fabrics were top notch quality and just gorgeous. I also fell for some of the shoes, but am a little worried the heels are too much and would look like platforms!
     
  5. JubeiSpiegel

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    Looking forward to visiting the Madison Ave. store one day. From the models I have tried, my shoulders are too broad and looked too stacked on me. Maybe he has different models in the boutique stores...
     
  6. David Zaritsky

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    Video Podcast including some discussion on Tom Ford
     
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    All TF....
     
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    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.
     
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    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?
     
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    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?
     
  12. bings

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    ^ 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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