The good thing about Oprah's OWN network is that when she wants to get access to some hugely celebrated, allegedly private individual, they won't want to say no to Oprah's film crew. Such as Tom Ford, who says in his OWN (pun intended) documentary, Visionaries: Tom Ford, "You know I've never let anyone film me like this before." The documentary investigates the hard-hitting issues facing Ford, and therefore, the world.
"I wear my shirts open because ties give me a headache," Ford says ... "I can only wear them for a few hours and then I start to get a migraine."
Ford also gets serious in Oprah's signature tear-in-the-corner-of-your-eye way: "We promote materialism, which is ultimately not the thing that brings you happiness in the world," he says. "The most important things in life are your connections to other people." You know, Ford may be everywhere all the time, but this sounds like everything Lifetime always wanted to be, which is great.