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Tom Ford Set to Become Chairman of CFDA, succeeding Diane von Furstenberg
By SENATUS Magazine | 21 March 2019

Tom Ford has been appointed Chairman of the Council of Fashion Designers America (CFDA), effective June 2019. He will succeed CFDA’s current Chairwoman, Diane von Furstenberg.

The Texan-born designer launched his eponymous luxury brand in 2006, having previously served as the Creative Director at luxury fashion houses Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. Ford also directed the Academy Award-nominated films A Single Man (2009)[3] and Nocturnal Animals (2016).

"I have had the privilege of being a member of the American Fashion community for many years and have experienced what the CFDA does for its members and the industry as a whole,” Tom Ford said. “Having lived and worked in each of the global fashion capitals of the world, I look forward to working with the Board of Directors to further the voice of American Fashion and its designers. As the Chairman, I look forward to continuing the incredible work Diane has done over the last 13 years. Diane is a true force and her contribution to the CFDA and to American fashion immeasurable. We all owe her a great deal.

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