Tom Ford has been long-touted as one of the most important figures in the world of fashion innovation. From his famed suits and colognes to appearances in pop culture references (check Jay-Z's track "Tom Ford"), the designer has blended borders between being a premiere fashion leader and a cultural icon.
In Tom Ford's newest push for innovation, the designer sees his brand embracing a new direct-to-consumer approach for his Fall/Winter 2016 collection. By re-thinking the industry-wide standard of creating a time gap between the collection's first runway appearance to hitting storefronts, the new collection seeks to shrink the gap for easier accessibility.
Featuring 70s vibes, the new collection is comprised of an array of classy silhouettes inspired by the famous decade. Throughout the collection, "groovy" prints can be seen brandishing louder colors such as yellow, orange, and lime green. On the flip side, more neutral pieces in the collection reflect muted tones of black, white and dark browns to give the collection a timeless feel.