Tom Ford Debuts First Underwear Line At New York Fashion Week

Models in nude-colored trunks strutted down the runway at the Park Avenue Armory.

This week Tom Ford debuted his first line of men’s underwear at New York Fashion Week. After showcasing tailored suits, snakeskin-print jeans and lamé blazers, the designer-filmmaker sent 20 male models down the catwalk at Park Avenue Armory wearing nothing but boxers in shades of nude and matching socks.

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It was among the first high-profile presentations at Fashion Week, which also includes collections from Christian Siriano, Alexander Wang, Calvin Klein, and Michael Kors. Ford’s show drew the likes of Lucas Hedges, Patrick Schwarzenegger, E.J. Johnson, Ciara, Halsey, Sebastian Stan, Trevor Noah, and Lee Daniels.

Noah told The Cut, “[Tom Ford] is a look that always feels like it has a certain level of panache. You feel it in everything.”

Regarding his own underwear preferences, the Daily Show host said he looks for “something that keeps everything together, but at the same time, doesn’t look like you’re trying to bulge out of yourself. So, as close to a second skin as possible, without looking awkward.

Check out more images from Tom Ford Fall/Winter 2018 below.

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