Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Fake Me - Faking Tom Ford



I'm starting a new series on the blog in which I reproduce looks from designers using mostly a mix of high-street pieces.

They're not designed to be exact copies of ensembles from lookbooks, rather an overall aesthetic.

The first in the series is Tom Ford, whose collections often dazzle with wild pattern, exuberance and soft, luxurious palettes.

Patent opera pumps - Cleverley

Black silk socks - Patra Silk

Check trousers - Zara

Black silk cummerbund - Ede & Ravenscroft

Velvet jacket - Zara

Pocket square - Reiss

Shirt (mother of pearl buttons added) - Charles Tyrwhitt

Paisley bow tie - Vintage

Buttonhole - H&M (Hair Accessories)









2 comments:

Mel said...

Hi Winston. I'd love to talk to you about an event that I'm hosting which I'd like to invite you too. Are you able to drop me a note for me to provide you with all of the details?

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kindest regards,

Mel

WinstonC said...

Mel,

Certainly. My email address is wjpciii

And make it out to gmail.com.

If you catch my drift...