Tom Ford himself was the force behind the resurrection of Gucci where he was the creative director. Within five years, he guided the almost-bankrupt Gucci to a $4.5 billion valuation solely on the basis of his creative vision. Leaving in 2004, Tom Ford set up his own company, and another empire was in the making. Tom Ford sunglasses are hatched from this creative genius, and the style and quality are evident in every pair. Tom Ford sunglasses exude the class and distinction which made Tom Ford the monster success that he is.
Tom Ford Sunglasses Collection
The Tom Ford Eyewear sunglasses collection uses a thicker frame style, mostly using Mazzuchelli zyl, because it offers more opportunity to bring color and depth to a face. His design makes the glasses frame create the personality, rather than hide from it.
His main values are reflected in his eyewear collection - 100% made in Italy - with a painstaking attention to detail and high quality products. Tom Ford sunglass and Tom Ford eyeglasses designs merge together both vintage and contemporary influences. All the styles are rendered instantly recognizable by the elegant metal “T” detail, the undisputed icon of the brand. The "T" is normally executed with an elegant metal inlay at the temple corners. Tom Ford sunglass collections have made it to Saks and Bergdorfs, where you can pay double the price as on Eyeglasses.com.
Tom Ford Background
Tom Ford is among the most highly respected and successful designers today. The winner of numerous design awards, Tom Ford's rise in fashion began in 1994, after collaborations with a number of the most famous fashion houses. In April 2005, he announced the creation of the Tom Ford brand, and signed his partnership with Marcolin Group to produce and distribute optical frames and sunglasses.
In April 2007, his first directly operated retail store opened in New York at 845 Madison Avenue to coincide with the debut of the signature Tom Ford Menswear and Accessory Collection. In February 2011, the Tom Ford Womenswear Collection was introduced to clients worldwide.
Among the most iconic and desired styles we can count the Whitney, the Jennifer, the Cary, the Leo and the sunglasses worn by James Bond in the 007 Saga Movies (Marko, Snowdon Sunglasses and Henry).