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Tom Ford says these tumultuous times pointed him in the opposite direction at New York Fashion Week Wednesday night with a collection of gentle, nonaggressive elegance done in simple silhouettes, with some Los Angeles-inspired pops of color.Ford also had the 18th century's use of color on his mind, along with the touch of American designer Charles James.On the opening day of women's week, Ford said today's political climate had influenced the clothes.Ford referenced his own design roots, having made a reputation at Gucci with pants and shirts (skinny, tailored trousers with jackets), white dresses in jersey and velvet suits.He was going more for Diana Ross in the 1976 film "Mahogany" and Beyonce in "Dream Girls".In business for 35 years, with 35 years of influences rolling around in his brain, Ford says it's hard to say.
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