Tomboys always stand out in a sea of girlie girls at fashion week. Thanks for pointing them out Tommy Ton.
Tommy Ton holding it down at Pitti for the start of men’s market week, check the rest of his flicks at style.com.
Style.com in house photographer Mr. Ton captures the street style babes at SS13.
As always Tommy Ton captures street style perfectly at NYFW. From the looks of it, mutts and animals of all sorts are #trending pretty hard right now. Check out our favourite selects, and head over to style.com to see the rest of his photo.
More street style steeze from the European trade shows and menswear fashion shows.
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more #streetstyle inspiration from Pitti Uomo in Florence.
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more Miroslave Duma love.
Last month when Paige was in Paris for the men’s shows, she ran into Miroslava at Colette, and she kindly posed for what I am sure was her millionth photo op that day!
The first photo is from earlier in the day she when she was spotted by Mr. Tommy Ton for style.com at the shows.
More Tommy Ton for style.com snaps from the women’s fashion weeks.
mmmm menswear and men’s week. women wearing menswear. all so good.
Mr.Tommy Ton for style.com covering Pitti Uomo and men’s fashion week in Europe.
RIP: Loulou de la FalaiseShe was a model, a muse, and a designer of both clothing and jewelry. In many ways, Loulou de la Falaise was a fashion-industry renaissance woman.
It’s believed she inspired Saint Laurent’s famous ‘Le Smoking’, a tuxedo for women that led to everything from menswear details being used in women’s clothing to today’s pantsuits.
Read more: YSL muse Loulou de la Falaise dies at age 63 - the Fashion Spot http://forums.thefashionspot.com/f63/ysl-muse-loulou-de-la-falaise-dies-age-63-a-153099.html#ixzz1d1x2C4iU
Our fav #Tommy Ton for #style.com shots from #Paris Fashion Week.
I can’t get enough of Argentine stylist Marina Muñoz and camoo.
#spring/summer 2012: Woolrich Woolen Mills
“American heritage” has become such an overworked concept that it would seem impossible to keep coming up with fresh angles. Fortunately, that doesn’t seem to be the case for Mark McNairy. His initial inspiration for his Spring 2012 collection for Woolrich Woolen Mills was The Rat Patrol, the classic TV show set in the North African desert during World War II. But then, seeking a closer link to Woolrich’s roots, McNairy was also thinking of Hemingway on safari in 1954. At the same time, he was interested in the birth of technical fabrics in the 1970’s.
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