Main Picture: Tom Ford Praising the Crowd at the end of his Autumn/Winter 2015 Womenswear Collection Presentation – Runway which debuted in Los Angeles on February, 22 2015 at Milk Studios.
Some say that is was bold move for Tom Ford to premiere his Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection in Los Angeles. I agree, it was a great marketing ploy, and I cannot believe no one has ever done it before.
It’s Oscar Week in Los Angeles, which means every A-List Celeb is in town and is hence able to attend his show.
For some reason, I suspect that Vanity Fair had something to do with convincing Tom Ford to do his show this week and to do it here.
Could the fact that Jay-Z and Beyonce, who were in attendance, recently moved to LA have influenced him? Only Tom Ford knows.
The way he tells it, he decided to show in LA because he is always there a few days before the Oscars anyways to dress the celebrities.
All that we know is that it was an A-list packed house at Milk Studios w/ Miley Cyrus, Gwyneth Paltrow, Amy Adams, Fergie, Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore and such and such and such… this could go on for a while, without even mentioning the B-List Celebs.
For the show, The Runway itself was covered in cream colored rose petals, giving it a glamorous Hollywood feel.
Let’s face it, who even knows when Fashion Week in LA happens.
Now that Tom Ford debuted his Autumn/Winter 2015 Womenswear Collection, this will pave the way for more big name designers to pick Los Angeles as their go to destination. Tom Ford’s bold move may change the fashion game and portend an evolution in the Fashion Industry for this city.
Tags: A-list, Amy Adams, Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection, beyonce, Fashion, Fashion Week, Gwyneth Paltro, Holllywood, Jay-z, Julianne Moore, Los Angeles, Milk Studios, oscars, Scarlett Johansso, Tom Ford, Vanity Fair
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