For the S/S 2015 runway featuring Ford Image’s Lexi & Mia, Miuccia Prada sent her models down a runway of shifting sands. Clad in patchwork coats and frayed fabrics, the girls resembled travelers caught in a faraway desert. What some might have viewed as laborious these 2 made look downright easy.
Emporio Armani went to the beach on the S/S 2015 runway, featuring Ford Image’s Jane & Shao. Walking in shades of blue and oversized stripes, the 2 models perfectly meshed with Armani’s nautical world. The theme may have been hyperbolic, but the girls were real beauties.
The most recent issue of DANSK Magazine features Ford Image’s Charlotte in clothes by Danish designer Ganni. Shot by Sigurd Grünberger and styled by creative director Kim Grenaa, Charlotte is outfitted in a palette of crimson, rusty orange, and sky blue. Spread over four pages, this editorial has a modernism feel which perfectly captures Charlotte’s natural beauty.
For his S/S 2015 Fendi show featuring the newest V/Ford Model Search winner Lilly and Ford Image’s Lexi, Karl Lagerfeld ruminated on femininity. Lilly made her runway debut in a flirty blue frock while Lexi had an edgier vibe in slashed patent leather. Girly or not, these were 2 women in control.
We’re proud to present the 2014 V Magazine/Ford Model Search Winner, Lilly. Hailing from Germany, Lilly is making her catwalk debut on the Fendi & Chanel runways. Get to know Lilly better over on VMagazine.com and keep an eye out for her, alongside runner-up Kitty, within the pages of V’s upcoming issue in a special shoot by Karl Lagerfeld.
Ford Men’s Louis Dowler models the top looks for fall within the pages of Esquire’s October 2014 issue. Shot by Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton, the ten-page spread sees Louis at a modern home along a rocky coast. Whether he’s sporting an oversized coat or a double-breasted blazer, this is a portrait of an idyllic man leading an even more idyllic life.
For the S/S 2015 runway featuring Ford Image’s Lexi, Gucci continued to play with different eras. Walking in Eastern-inspired frocks with burnt hues, the young model called to mind a 70s Marisa Berenson. It was almost a case of time travel.
The state of Wyoming is home to cowboys, wide plains and mountainous landscapes. Shot by Cédric Buchet and styled by Darcy Backlar, the most recent issue of Man of the World magazine features Ford Men’s Ryan Burns at the Diamond Cross Ranch. In this eleven-page editorial, Ryan is outfitted in flannel shirts and cowboy hats, looking ruggedly handsome and perfectly fit for life on the homestead.
Ford Image’s Lexi is shot by iconic photographer Pamela Hanson for the newest issue of CR Fashion Book. Clad in pieces by Tom Ford, Comme des Garçons and Marc Jacobs, Lexi oscillates between a subdued woman captured in black and white and a vivacious girl in less traditional garb. The overall effect lands somewhere between dreamland and waking life.
Ford Men’s Justice Joslin, who has been the face of brands from Armani to Nautica, is now starring in Coty’s Joop! Homme Extreme Fragrance. Under the creative direction of Olivier Van Doorne, photographer Nathaniel Goldberg, and stylist Mel Ottenberg, we get to enjoy the transformation of Justice, showing his more extreme presence. It’s a side of this all-American guy that we definitely don’t mind seeing.