LONDON — Tom Ford, a man once suspicious of people’s need for instant fashion on the Internet, has unveiled phase one of his first e-commerce site, a slick, user-friendly operation that, for the moment, stocks beauty and accessories only.
The site, which launched Tuesday, puts arresting imagery front and center: The landing page spotlights a tastefully nude model wearing only black leather sandals and a leather messenger bag, while a Pinterestlike series of images allows visitors to navigate their way to news and the collections.
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