Tom Ford Spring 2011 | Luis Borges & Max Motta

The Fashionisto


Published January 1, 2011


Updated January 12, 2015


Tom Ford kicks off the new year in style. Revealing his spring collection with Luis Borges and Max Motta in leading roles, an abundance of silk and wool reaffirm Ford’s stance on luxury. From bold colors and ornate patterns to dapper cuts, the designer’s latest outing exudes elegance with a certain nostalgia. Primed and ready to go, Ford’s leading man easily transitions from the luxe trappings of eveningwear to refined casual ensembles and the perfect pieces for a laid-back tryst on the beach.


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12 thoughts on “Tom Ford Spring 2011 | Luis Borges & Max Motta”

  1. straight out of 2001. tom ford isn’t even relevant anymore, why bother? the clothes are bad, the styling is bad…

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