Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Tom Ford teams up with Justin Timberlake on '20/20' album

Fashionably speaking, of course.

Tom Ford teams up with Justin Timberlake on '20/20' album

Justin Timberlake ´Suit & Tie´
Justin Timberlake 'Suit & Tie'

Fashionably speaking, of course.

The artwork on the cover of Justin Timberlake's single "Suit & Tie" fittingly shows the artist in a tuxedo, satin lapels and a big bow tie, while the video gets swankier with Timberlake in a three-piece suit and tux crooning his heart away. Timberlake is shown in head-to-toe Tom Ford - and it's not a coincidence or simply a matter of preference.

Timberlake has collaborated with the celebrated menswear designer to create a very fashion-focused "20/20 Experience" - the title of his new album which drops March 19. According to the release, Ford worked directly with Timberlake to accomplish the following: "Made-to-measure tailoring, including eveningwear, suiting, shirting, ties, shoes and accessories that will be a focal point of the ‘The 20/20 Experience.'"

After a six year hiatus between cranking out albums, JT will drop "The 20/20 Experience" on March 19. That's when we'll discover what this collaboration actually means.

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