Why Tom Ford Neglecting To Dress Melania Trump Was Kinda-Sorta Not A Diss…Per Se’ + What The Designer Thinks Of Jay Z Lacing A Song Bearing His Name

Although it may seem like a slight, in the world of fashion (if you study/know fashion), designer Tom Ford is notorious for never having gone on record for endorsing anyone-celeb or otherwise-for wearing his swanky digs.
Jay Z pulled off the hot, catchy, “Tom Ford” song-and it’s certainly one of the top of my list of head-knocking faves for sure.

Ford, an admitted shy guy has gone on record saying when he first heard the song-having seen it performed in front of 60k people, flattered, it made him want to crawl under a rock-because he was so embarrassed.

The lucky Sag-whose birthday is today, kinda-sorta got designer’s stitch of approval however, reportedly, he’s gone on record for saying Melania Trump can kick rocks before he’ll hide under one from her wearing his digs—kinda-sorta.
Is this slight and stitch of guilt quilt by her association to Trump perhaps?
This is what he said to the ladies on The View. You be the judge:

 

 

FYI: As mentioned in the above clip, this is the dress he designed for First Lady Michelle Obama—for her attending the Buckingham Palace shin dig.

U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama pose before a State Dinner hosted by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in London, May 24, 2011. REUTERS/Larry Downing (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)

U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama pose before a State Dinner hosted by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in London, May 24, 2011. REUTERS/Larry Downing (BRITAIN – Tags: POLITICS)

P.S.
I will explain why I feel his decision NOT to dress Melania Trump isn’t as much a ‘diss’ as it seems.
I decided to put it in a podcast because while explaining, I am going to explain my formula in what I decide on what to blog and what to ignore based on a formula/design I have in mind. Like an executive decision in business, I look at his decision as an artistic or creative decision—kind like the thought behind what goes into blogging (if you’re not out here simply aimlessly blogging but rather, have a methodology to your blogging over following).

Because what I want to explain and say about this Tom Ford story and too, may be helpful to other bloggers/aspiring/wannabe bloggers, I decided to explain it in podcast form so-stay tuned.

I will connect you to it here.