In times when even Tom Ford models for his very own ad campaigns, why would models complain? And to think I was really hoping for a model on Vogue’s September issue! How naïve of me!
Tom Ford. Grey Vetiver. Fall 2009. A simple, egocentric ad campaign focusing on the man behind the brand. This is soooo Marc Jacobs! (photo via)
Tom loves Tom and it is truly the only relationship that he is fully invested in. ; )
He sure is purty to look at though. : )
Right Ellington! You make me laugh a lot tonight hahaha…
Oh sorry, forgot something: his hair is growing back! Wowie!
:)) Indeed, Tom loves Tom!
Adriana, you know you’re right? I thought it was a trick because he was holding that hand up so you can’t actually see the hair line but it seems that his hair is indeed growing back! (it must be the perfume!)
:))) Actually, I send this to those men I know who are worried about their deceiving hairline(s). So wonderful, two in one: they’re look “better” plus they’re smell nice (hopefully)!
Mr Tom is only copying what the genial Yves Saint Laurent made in the 70ies when he posed nude for his perfume… Tom is always copying… its why he was called Tom Fraud instead of Ford in some circles…
Hihi Adriana, well done the detail, I didn’t know he was losing his hair.
cafe au lait? Now that’s coincidental I wrote tonight a message to a happy mamma who called her baby very sweet a “cafe au lait” and I mentioned that. Huh? I’ve read your other postings too and you’re also a happy mamma?
Ehm, about Tom Ford’s hair, he wasn’t really losing his hair, as far as I and everyone could’ve seen, but he had a deceiving hairline. I thought that must be hard for Tom. And now it’s back! I want what he has to stay that gorgeous. Maybe I’ve to go try out that perfume?
*slowly receding hairline*
So the photo is deceiving!
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