Here at Ford, we like to show that our models are more than just that – they’re artists, photographers, musicians and so much more. Ford LA’s Daniel George may spend a lot of time in front of the camera, but in his spare time he designs under the moniker of Flying Uke. One part Southern and part Californian, the eponymous label creates bohemian goods with an artisanal touch.
Ford Image’s Lexi Boling stars in an urban editorial for the newest issue of Interview Magazine. Photographed by Fabien Baron and styled by Karl Templer, the model sports utilitarian pieces set against the background of a construction site. If looking effortless and cool was the goal here, this girl nailed it.
Ford ‘s Kelie Santos and Val Debeuf were the faces of emerging talent at last night’s annual Parson Benefit. The event saw the duo walking in 2 of the school’s senior thesis collections and Ford Image’s Emily Ratajkowski in attendance to honor designer and Parsons alum Marc Jacobs. From the looks of it, not only is American fashion alive and well, but its future is bright.
Made in Brazil celebrates the greatest exports from the South American country, and Ford Men’s Leo Bruno is one of them in the magazine’s newest issue. In an editorial shot by Dean Isidro and styled by Christopher Campbell, the model wears structured sportswear in a beachside, black-and-white editorial. If every Brazil man looks this good, we’d say jingoism is well deserved.
Ford Men’s Clay Pollioni is the face of H&M’s Spring/Summer 2015 campaign alongside some of the other biggest faces in men’s fashion. Shot by Lachlan Bailey and styled by George Cortina, Clay roams a deserted beach in the newest offerings from the brand. Summer never looked so good.
Ford Men’s Shaun DeWet plays secret agent in the newest issue of El Libro Amarillo by Palacio de Hierro. Shot by Dean Isidro with grooming by Charles McNair, the model shows off the best spring styles at an undisclosed location. We’ll take Shaun over 007 any day.
Ford’s Khadija Otero and Sage Humphries celebrate Chanel’s trip to NYC via Salzburg in the newest issue of V Magazine. Shot by Paul Maffi and styled by Anna Trevelyan, the duo show off Chanel’s Pre-Fall collection with the Brooklyn Bridge and Empire State Building serving as backdrops. Leave it to Ford girls to keep things cool.
Preceding the release of his biography Model Woman: Eileen Ford and The Business of Beauty, author Robert Lacey has published a profile on Eileen Ford and her dynasty in the June 2015 issue of Vanity Fair. The article spans a 30-year timeline from Eileen’s hand in founding Seventeen Magazine to the historic LIFE Magazine spread that made her a household name. Accompanying the article is a collection of ephemera that bring new life to this fashion legend.
Ford Men’s Jon Paul stars in a gritty new editorial for the latest issue of Visual Tales. Photographed by David Needleman with styling by John Tan and grooming by Pascale Poma, Jon Paul shows off his guitar skills and talks about balancing his music and modeling careers. From the way it looks, this guy is exceling at both.
Long gone are the days of being the “Blurred Lines girl” for Ford Image’s Emily Ratajkowski. In an exclusive interview with The Editorialist, shot by Derek Kettela and styled by Michaela Dosamentes, the model talks starting her acting career at the age of 14 and swapping out tank tops for men’s button-downs. Clearly this is not your average It Girl.