This season Ovadia & Sons veered away from traditional menswear towards a more urban environment, and Ford Men’s Bryce, Philip and Ethan joined them for the journey. Bryce, Ethan and Philip exuded a self-assured confidence behind keyhole sunglasses in looks that felt part James Dean, part modern day. Whether grounded in looks from the past or present, there was no denying that these were city boys.
Marc Jacobs may have recently gone public, but he’s still the originator of downtown cool. Ford Image’s Lexi and Kate wore looks that were undeniably streetworthy. For their first show with the brand, designers Luella Bartley and Kate Hillier have stayed true to the label’s roots, aided in part by Lexi and Kate’s laissez-faire attitude on the runway.
For over 30 years, Donna Karan has created clothes for the women of the very city that made her who she is today and her Fall/Winter 2014 collection was no exception! Ford Image’s Lexi Boling, Kate Goodling and Ashleigh Good took the runway for the anniversary spectacle that drew fashions elite downtown to celebrate the designer’s extensive career. The girls rocked the long, leggy looks like only a Ford girl could!
Ford Image’s Jane G., Emily A., and Lexi Boling take the runway for Ralph Rucci‘s latest collection in one of the last shows of the 3rd day of the Fall/Winter 2014 season! Featuring subtle fetish elements that are reminiscent of more contemporary designers, as well as the designers classic, signature style of elegance, the latest collection has something for everyone.
Lexi Boling and Kate Goodling shine in Bono-backed clothing line Edun‘s Fall/Winter 2014 Show. Featuring garments made of manipulated fabrics and thick knits with a monochromatic and earthy color scheme, the collection by former Alexander Wang designer, Danielle Sherman, will be perfect for those future winter snow storms (much like the one that happened during the show)!
In one of the first shows of New York Fashion Week, Ford Women’s Lexi Boling and Kate Goodling starred in Stuart Vevers’ inaugural collection for Coach. Set against a suburban backdrop by Joel Sternfeld that felt like it was pulled straight from Steven Spielberg’s E.T., Boling & Goodling’s beauty elevated the otherwise grounded collection of parkas and outerwear.
Models.com has named Iesha Hodges one of its up and comers for Fall/Winter2014. Having already walked at the Vfiles fashion show and been featured in V Magazine (she was our Model Search Winner, after all), we have no doubt that Iesha will be a force to be reckoned with. Congrats Iesha!
While 2013 proved to be a remarkable year for us at Ford Models, the New Year will provide our roster of talented women yet another opportunity to flourish. Having had our girls walk in some of the biggest shows during Paris Couture week, we have no doubt that the Fall/Winter 2014 show season will be any exception. Our latest show package features some of the most promising faces in the industry, both seasoned and fresh. We are happy to share it with all of you.
Fashion Week is back and the Ford Models Fall/Winter 2014 show package is a testament to the strength of the industry’s original agency. While the past six months have been an incredibly exciting one for Ford, we look forward to working with you throughout 2014 to set the bar even higher. Our video below celebrates some of the incredible recent accomplishments of our talent (Ashleigh Good, Gracie Van Gastel, Lexi Boling and Kate Goodling, to name a few) as well as debuting new faces who will become the ones to watch. Enjoy.
Ford Models has been responsible for directing the careers of some of the most iconic figures throughout fashion and popular culture: Lauren Hutton, Renee Russo, Candace Bergen, Kirsten Dunst, Naomi Campbell, Christy Brinkley, Carmen del’Orefice and Jerry Hall. Into the new millennium, Ford New York has continued to lead the industry by developing new stars such as Ashleigh Good, Kate Goodling, Lexi Boling, Emily Ratajkowski and Gracie Van Gastel to name a few. Ford has always served as a beacon of excellence within fashion by constantly pushing boundaries that few have dared.