Recently Tom Ford revealed his Spring 2012 womenswear collection full of vibrant colors, various textures and cuts.
According to Vogue Fords collection
“was one of the most gossiped-about presentations of the season: an event held in semi-private, with no photographers, as per Mr. Ford’s decree, so that the clothes would only be seen close to the date they’re available in stores. Since returning to womenswear design with a clean slate in September 2010, Mr. Ford has set out on a new way of doing things, starting with a ban on instant exposure to his shows: no tweeting, no cell-phone pictures, and definitely no overnight runway reviews. That way, he’s calculated, nobody will have the chance to be bored by the sight of them before they can even buy them”
Check out the Tom Ford Spring 2012 Collection video after the jump…
People are saying: “The utilitarian side of the collection was embodied by cotton drill, pieced together in different military greens. And there was exotica in the ocelot print on a blouse and a full-skirted cocktail dress, or the embroidery that brought together Africa and India in shelled, beaded, and mirrored clusters of decoration”.