Wow, Tom Ford's blabby celebrity models obviously didn't sign the confidentiality agreement that the fashion press were required to. Next to shoot her mouth off: actress/Ford model Julianne Moore. Her controversial nude ad for Bulgari jewellery may recently been banned in Venice's St Marks Square, but the redhead still claims that it was modelling in Ford's show that meant she and the rest of the A-list model cast; 'were terrified'. Apparently her nerves weren't helped by the catwalky footwear; 'Tom kept saying the shoes were comfortable, and I thought, "Who said they were comfortable?”' And just guess who it was that was finding the footwear a breeze? Step forward (probably in her trademark heel-less stilt-shoes) style stuntwoman Daphne Guinness. As Moore rightly points out; 'well, Daphne can wear anything, even in a rainstorm.' Amen to that.
Meanwhile, the reasons behind Ford's avoidance of an all-model cast have been revealed by, erm, Tom Ford model Carolyn Murphy, who has worked with Ford before, as the face of his own-label Estee Lauder cosmetics collection.
Murphy claims the designer 'didn't want models; he said they bored him.' How rude! Although Murphy claims Ford qualified his remark by stating that all models bored him, '...except for us!' Nice save, Mr Ford.
'I'm glad that Tom Ford brought women with personality back' says Murphy 'It was all about fun, and we had a good time. Every woman was individual and we were celebrating that. Yesterday we did a shoot for all the clothes and each one of us was really definitely different.'