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TOM FORD

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Tom Ford, one of the most influential designers in the world, can accredit his success to his drive, having a vision, working hard and taking risks. He dug Gucci up from the ground and created history in doing so. He was born with an innate ability to create and perfect, and through his passion he created hedonistic luxury and painfully romantic glamous. He redefined and brought the Gucci Group to success. He had an overwhelming impact on the fashion industry, he is a revolutionist. He is genius.

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TOM FORD1
GUCCI RAISED FROM THE DEAD2
INSPIRATION4
SUCCESS4

BIBLIOGRAPHY5

tom ford

Tom Ford is an American Fashion designer, who is famous for turning around the Gucci fashion house. For the past 20 years, Tom Ford has been one of the most influential designers in the world. Tom was born in Austin, Texas but spent the majority of his childhood in Santa Fe, New Mexico. For Tom, nature was definitely on his side. He talks about being picky with what he wanted to wear, even at the age of 3 or 4, and was noticing small details on his shoes that he didn’t believe were right. (Tom Ford OWN Visionaires documentary, 2011) At the age of 17 he moved to New York to pursue acting, he realized he didn’t like not being in control with regards to acting, and he went on to enroll in Architect at Parsons School of Design in New York and Paris. Tom has said that rather than focusing on the architectural model he was to build he was more concerned about what the figures in his model were wearing. He realized architecture was too serious a discipline for him and even went so far as to misrepresent himself to get his foot in the door of the fashion world. His career rose rapidly and at the age of 30 he became the Design Director for all of Gucci. (Tom Ford OWN Visionaires documentary, 2011) He believes perfection is something you are born with, and that his creative drive is “obsessive”, that...
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