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Minimalism, ingenuity and sex appeal with Tom Ford Spring Summer 2020

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Minimalism, ingenuity and sex appeal with Tom Ford Spring Summer 2020

A model is wearing a blue breastplate and a skirt

Tom Ford is the master of minimalist design, he uses clean stylish lines and the items from his collections simply look premium. He is very well-known for dressing the latest James Bond – Daniel Craig in every Bond movie since Quantum of Solace. Here are our top Picks from the 2020 Spring Summer Collection by Tom Ford.

A model is wearing a white shirt and a pair of white trousers

Stunning look, you can feel the American puritan in the design here.


A model is wearing a blue breastplate and a light violet long skirt

Gigi Hadid on the runway wearing one of the chromed acrylic anatomical pieces by Tom Ford, they were one of the accents of the show in New York.

Black is a favourite color of Tom Ford and he uses it extremely well in combination with the materials of choice.

A model is wearing a black hat and a black leather jacket
A model is wearing a light pink top and a pair of trousers

This pink outfit is stunning, there is a sense of harmony in the design .

A model is wearing a black tank top and a pair of black shorts

Bold and attractive cut on this top.

A male model is wearing a pink blazer and a white shirt
A model is wearing an orange skirt and a black tank top

Elegant and daring look in black and orange.

A model is wearing a white blazer for women and a turtleneck sweater
A model is wearing a black sport bra
A male model is wearing a black blazer and a black shirt

You can feel the master of the suit in this look by Tom Ford. The animalistic pattern on this blazer is simply stunning,

A model is wearing a pink breastplate and a pink long skirt

We like this electric pink look very much, there is a note of futurism in this lacquered acrylic anatomical breastplate.

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Find the Spring Summer 2020 Collection by Tom Ford on his website https://www.tomford.com/collections/.