Whether he’s directing cinema or designing collections for his eponymous label, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, or similar, Tom Ford imbues anything he touches with a sense of glamorous masculinity. It’s a design language that designers have long searched for, but one that Tom Ford is fluent in. From luxurious shearling and leather pieces to softer velours and sharp tailoring, each Tom Ford collection is a manifesto for modern male sartorial elegance, and the Tom Ford pieces that just dropped exclusively at MyTheresa offer a pure vision of it.

Since 2005, Tom Ford’s own label has been climbing the ranks of the menswear world. It had a bit of a head start, though, with Ford having made a name for himself as Creative Director at Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. Now, his eponymous label overlooks modern men's luxury as one of the most well-respected labels around, setting the bar when it comes to men’s elegance.

With every collection, you can expect uncut luxury. From perfectly constructed loungewear cut from cashmere and pure cotton through to classically refined outerwear in the form of supple suede jackets and the like. The exclusive Tom Ford collection that just hit the pages of MyTheresa is no departure from these values.

From the perfect winter puffer to Bond-approved wool suits, the exclusive Tom Ford collection covers all sides of luxury, offering a style for every eventuality this season. With pieces already running low on stock, it’s clear that we’re not the only fans of the exclusive Mytheresa drop, though, so be sure to browse the selection sooner rather than later.

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