Tom Ford Spring 2011 | Luis Borges & Max Motta

The Fashionisto

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Published January 1, 2011

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Updated January 12, 2015

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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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