Photographer Chris Trini shoots Emerson, Katy, Noel, Eloise, Shannon and Sage in an exclusive editorial for the Ford blog. Inspired by Emily Dickinson’s classic poem, Chris captured the girls in the waning light of summer.
New York may be the last of the fashion cities holding out on a dedicated men’s fashion week, but that doesn’t make the guys any less important. From established faces like Conrad Bromfield, John Hein and Travis Cannata to newcomers like Jesse Urban, Hedi, Spencer Zender and Timothe Echelard we’ve got it all. We even brought along our 3 VMan/Ford Model Search finalists to take their turn on the runway. Cumulatively, these guys represent the best faces in the world of menswear today, and they’re ready to take this city by storm.
The saying goes that the third time is a charm, and Lexi of Ford Image’s third Vogue Italia cover of the summer might just be her best one yet. Shot by Steven Meisel, Lexi poses for a black and white portrait alongside 49 of the biggest faces in the industry today. It’s a massive undertaking, resulting in a cover, and girl, that will undoubtedly go down in history.
Today we’re beyond excited to present the 3 finalists for our annual model search in conjunction with VMan. Just a few short months ago, Cole Farr, Luke Thorp and Logan Flatte were living regular lives in the Midwest. Now they’ve been photographed by Richard Burbridge and styled by Nicola Formichetti for VMan 32 (on newsstands September 2014).
Maybe it was when Nicolas Ghesquiere’s first Louis Vuitton collection went down the runway, or maybe it was sometime before that. Either way fashion currently has an obsession with the 1960s, and each of Numero’s September covers, 3 of which star Ford Image’s Lexi, perfectly encapsulate that. Shot by Karl Lagerfeld in black and white against graphic backdrops, Lexi is a shining example of a modernized take on swinging London.