Esther Heesch Lands Tom Ford Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published January 7, 2014

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Updated February 2, 2018

Surfing for Spring – For his spring-summer 2014 campaign, Tom Ford shows off his designs with a crowd surfing Esther Heesch sporting the designer’s super glam and form-fitting looks. Photographed in London by Ford himself, the model gives a rock star performance in killer heels, elegant eyewear and body-skimming dresses. See all the looks from Tom Ford’s spring 2014 line.














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1 thought on “Esther Heesch Lands Tom Ford Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign”

  1. Ooh! Interesting concept! Loving the full body shot and the ones for accessories. Liking the angles of the eyewear shots a bit less, though.

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