After Lanvin its Tom Ford for Retail major H&M

After Lanvin its Tom Ford for H&M stores

Just days after there was news that Lanvin is going to hit the H&M collection, there is also news that another French-themed install is going to come out through the retail chain. This is going to a limited-edition collection from Tom Ford. It is the same edition that appeared in the December-January issue of French Vogue.

The issue was guest edited by Tom Ford. He arrived and started to drive back into the women's wear. He came after the French Vogue's editor in chief Carine Roitfeld invited Ford.

The whole issue was a collection of art which was the theme and the driving force for the issue.

Talking about the same, Roitfeld said to the papers, "I always say, 'Tom has an eye like a scanner,'?" Besides this, Ford has also decided that he would be coming on the cover of the lifestyle magazine with a 15-year old model.

The name of the model is Daphne Groeneveld and appears in the front centre of the page with her glossy eyes closed.

And while the magazine shows the design, it is for H&M that these will become accessible to youth.

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