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Paolo Anchisi for H&M Fall/Winter 2014

Fall is just around the corner, and judging by the newest H&M campaign starring Ford Men’s Paolo it’s going to be dark and monochromatic. With slicked back hair and even slicker tailoring, Paolo dons black and gray pieces that are an amalgamation of the best street style blogs. The overall feeling may be moody, but the outcome is anything but bleak.

Starlet Strategy | Emily Ratajkowsi for Vanity Fair September 2014

After covering the August issue of GQ, Ford Image’s Emily returns for a special interview within the pages of Vanity Fair’s September issue. Looking every bit the Hollywood starlet in a photograph by Ellen Von Unwerth, Emily talks about working with David Fincher on the upcoming film Gone Girl and signing with Ford at the age of 14. Keep an eye out for the issue when it hits stands on August 12, and stay tuned to the blog for a special video on August 14.

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Effy Harvard for Guess Sunglasses Fall/Winter 2014

A little over 1 year ago, Effy Harvard beat out 33,000 girls to become the face of Guess and score a contract with Ford Miami. Now the fresh young talent returns in the new sunglasses campaign for the brand, shot by Claudia and Ralf Pulmanns. With a bit of bangs and a pouty lip, this Texas native serves up some serious Bardot vibes.

Shaun DeWet & Matt Terry for Massimo Dutti Fall/Winter 2014

Looking at a Massimo Dutti campaign is like spending a day with the upper echelons of Italian society, and Ford Men’s Shaun and Matt are a part of it for the brand’s F/W 2014 campaign. Shot by Mario Testino and styled by Beat Bolliger, Matt and Shaun spend an idyllic day at the beach that feels pulled from a Fellini film. With cable knit sweaters, chiseled cheekbones and windswept hair, these guys are picture perfect.

Paolo Anchisi for Giuseppe Zanotti Fall/Winter 2014

Giuseppe Zanotti’s F/W 2014 campaign sees Ford Men’s Paolo returning as the face of the quintessentially Italian brand. Photographed by Karim Sadli and styled by Clare Richardson, the new ad is just as rock-n-roll as Paolo’s last but with more of an art gallery edge. He’s just the type of guy you hope to bump into at an opening.

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