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Now, half of these workrooms have been repurposed as an editing suite. She’s such a smart businesswoman and gifted marketer that it’s easy to overlook her oft-copied designs.Ford managed to squeeze the filming of his second movie, Nocturnal Animals, in between showing Spring/Summer 2016 and selling Autumn/Winter 2016, and has installed the editor in his Victoria HQ so that he can switch from movie to sample room to boardroom in a single day if necessary. The ‘Ebury’, a classic, double-section tote created in both soft and collapsible or structured, boxcalf leather, the Seventies-inspired ‘Maxi’ shoulder bag, the neat, top-handled ‘Bathurst’ – these are enduring stalwarts that often crop up in other brands’ collections. Brand Hindmarch has always punched above its weight.There are hats in the shape of winged bats, first seen on his Spring 2014 catwalk, that hang from the ceiling, and Pac-Man metal helmets, designed by Stephen Jones for Spring 2009, that line up above carefully organized rows of files.
Ford chose to establish a design office in London as far back as 1996, when he and CEO Domenico De Sole moved the Gucci headquarters to Mayfair. It was a fashion wasteland but offered spaces that were comparable in scale to the warehouses of the industrial east, and was within easy reach of Knightsbridge and Belgravia.
A new book hopes to demystify this pocket of the creative industry that contributes £28billion to the UK economy with interviews with the biggest names who work in the capital.
Tom Ford - Interviewed by creative consultant Paula Reed Tom Ford’s perfectionism has been noted.
Under a spotlight in a corner is a ‘mutated mannequin’ sculpture by the artists Jake and Dinos Chapman.
Ford might look like a matinee idol but he likes to get his hands dirty.
For this is the man who turned failing Gucci in to a multi-billion-dollar empire; who defined style for the Nineties; whose photographs appeared alongside those of Mario Testino and Steven Meisel on the covers of Vogue; and whose career ‘time out’ project was an Oscar-winning movie.