September 3rd, 2015
Street style

Tommy Ton

Famed and beloved street style photographer Tommy Ton left Condé Nast to launch his own eponymous site just in time to chronicle the SS16 collections, which begin next week.

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THE ROW

Emma ruffled leather slides

CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC

Peak-lapel tie-waist coat

KHAITE

Alissa mid-rise slim-leg boyfriend jeans

DIOR

I-Dior leather point-toe bootie

AURELIE BIEDERMANN

Tangerine gold-plated necklace

SOLUDOS

Flor embroidered espadrille

ALTUZARRA

Campbell ribbed-knit cardigan

THE GREAT

The Army Nerd cropped stretch-twill skinny pants

ALTUZARRA

D'Orsay canvas espadrilles

ERDEM

Cordelia floral-print silk crepe de chine midi dress

BALENCIAGA

Button earrings

DIOR

J'Adior leather slingback flat

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  • And there’s that skinny scarf, looking fabulous. Now I’m convinced!

    AlissaSeptember 3rd, 2015  8:36 AM

     
  • Tres chic!

    Regarding Tommy Ton breaking out on his own, I continue to be fascinated in what is going on with fashion as an industry and the related media associated with it. It would appear that the road is slipping right out from under the traditional bricks and mortar stores as well as the fashion magazines. I see ongoing adjustments in how they go to market, but can they keep up with what the market expects,?All the while the market is changing rapidly too! For me, personally, iI appreciate a culled offering from style experts I respect. I have no interest in wading through “pages” either in print or web format. But in the market as a whole, there is space for many business models. It would appear that Tommy Ton’s Jack &Jill website is going for the Macy’s business model. This is not for me.

    KellySeptember 3rd, 2015  11:11 AM

     

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