You may remember Ford Men’s Daniel from his recent spot in Rise of the Asian Male Supermodel on models.com. This time the guy is in motion for a special video as VFiles Model of the Week. Watch him talk about the world of modeling in New York and googling Mario Testino.
Ford Men’s Zhao Lei shows off the best suiting in shades of blue for issue 2 of The Good Life Magazine. Shot by Zeng Wu and styled by Jeff Lee, Zhao sports pieces from the likes of Saint Laurent, Hermes and Acne Studios. The spread may be monochromatic, but the outcome is far from one note.
Many of the F/W 2014 runways felt like a turning back of the fashion clock, so it’s appropriate that Ford Image’s Lexi stars in a black and white shoot to showcase the collections in British Vogue. Shot by Karim Sadli and styled by Francesca Burns, the young talent exhibits the latest from Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Chanel. Whether in an A-line skirt or felt capelet, Lexi expertly blurs the line between past and present.
Ford Image’s Gracie and Lexi star in Coach’s first campaign under the creative direction of Stuart Vevers. Shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Karl Templer with hair by Guido Palau and make-up by Pat McGrath, the 2 models embody the cool-girl Americana that is quickly becoming a house code for the brand. These two are just as fresh as the company’s overhaul.
The southern stretch of the Seine River along the Boulevard Saint-Germain has long been associated with classic ideas of bohemia, and that’s exactly what Ford Image’s Ashleigh plays with in a new editorial for Vogue Australia. Shot by Dan Martensen and styled by Clare Richardson, Ashleigh portrays a contemplative nonconformist throughout the spread. The girl may be decidedly modern, but she’s a quintessential free spirit.