por The MenStyle Brazil | 01•03•2021

Conheça a coleção masculina TOM FORD outono inverno 2021.22, que foi inspirada no estilo do baixista do The Clash, Paul Simonon, e na moda dos anos 60 e 80. A coleção foca em ternos, mas também oferece pijamas e robes em cores e padrões intensos. As modelos Cherif Douamba, Henry Kitcher e Maikls Mihelsons posaram para o lookbook fotografado pelo fotógrafo Julien Martinez Leclerc.

Discover TOM FORD Fall Winter 2021.22 Men’s Collection, that was inspired by The Clash‘s bassist Paul Simonon’s style and by the 60’s and the 80’ fashion. The collection focuses on suits, but also offers pajamas and robes in intense colors and patterns. Models Cherif DouambaHenry Kitcher, and Maikls Mihelsons posed for the lookbook lensed by fashion photographer Julien Martinez Leclerc.

For a celebratory night there are extravagant silk jacquard evening jackets worn with pale socks and unbuttoned silk shirts. Animal prints are a classic for me and we have interpreted these in metallic printed evening jackets. As the trend to stay home more will linger, we have done pajamas and robes in intense colors and patterns. If you have to stay home, it might as well be fun. – Tom Ford

Velvet has long been one of my favorite fabrics. Velvet for day. Velvet for evening. I often wear a velvet jacket with jeans and boots, and I almost always wear a velvet jacket at night if I am going out. This season velvet sportswear is shown in varying silhouettes and volumes; small and cropped in casual zip front quilted jackets or oversized in cocoon-like down filled coats. Bold floral prints on velvet and pinwheel cord are optimistic, light, and full of promise for a return to the ability to go back out into the world. – Tom Ford


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