Before launching his own label, Tom Ford spent a decade transforming two of fashion's biggest houses as the Creative Director of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. His time there not only salvaged the classic brands but also revolutionized the fashion of the 21st century with his provocative style. As a testament to this iconic period, Tom Ford chronicles the designs and work from his beginning at Gucci in 1994 until he left in 2004. The book includes input from the legendary designer himself as well as 200 photographs from Terry Richardson, Richard Avedon, Mario Testino, and more.
416 pages / 11" x 14"
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