Tom Ford Opens First Paris Menswear Store

By Paul Joseph

American fashion designer Tom Ford has opened his first store in Paris entirely dedicated to menswear.

Located on François 1er Street, close to the prestigious Champs-Elysées, the new boutique offers Tom Ford’s complete menswear collection, including its sports line, shoes, accessories, eyewear (in partnership with Marcolin) and fragrances (with Estée Lauder).

Conceived by Tom Ford himself and his long-time interior designer Bill Sofield, is spread across three floors, covering 350 square metres, and features carrara marble floor, ebony furniture, light grey rugs and white linen sofas.

“I could not be happier,” Ford said. “I lived in Paris for several years and this city has always had a very special place in my heart.

“Our goal is to offer clothes to men who are seeking the highest-quality products and services.”

Tom Ford opened its first ever store in April 2007 on New York’s Madison Avenue. Today the brand operates a total of 58 boutiques and shop-in-shops across the world.

By Paul Joseph