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Adrien Sahores for A.P.C. Resort 2015

Ford Men’s Adrien Sahores has served as the face of Hugo Boss, De Fursac and Gucci (to name a few) and now the model stars in A.P.C.’s Resort 2015 campaign. The model reclines in a chair for a simple black-and-white portrait shot by art-world favorite Collier Schorr. It’s an ad as classic as this guy’s good looks.

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Venice Beach and Palm Springs, Summertime is Everything | Charlotte Lindvig for Wonderland Magazine

Ford Image’s Charlotte Lindvig spends a day under the sun for a the newest issue of Wonderland Magazine. Photographed by Ben Rayner and styled by Dianna Lunt, the model splits her time between 2 of of the West Coast’s most popular locations. Over the course of 6 pages, this girl brings some serious sartorial heat.

Flying Uke | Daniel George’s California-Cool Designs

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.

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Making It Personal | Lexi Boling for Interview Magazine May 2015

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.

Kelie Santos and Val Debeuf Celebrate Parsons Emerging Talent

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.