The newest group of Ford faces is ready to escape from school in a brand new video. Inspired by the retro flair of the spring runways, Ford’s Anna, Chase, Chelsea, Evan, Matthew, Mattea, Nako, Rebecca and Wyatt are updated interpretations of 70s classics. Styling and art direction by Ford Artists’ Michael Favia with hair & makeup by Lia Rivette make this a Ford Family effort.
Denim is the quotidian fabric that has quickly become the staple of the normcore wardrobe, as evidenced by Ford Men’s Shaun DeWet in the newest issue of L’Officiel Hommes Swiss. Shot by Andres Ortner and styled by Olivier Roth, the editorial sees Shaun in head-to-toe denim from Calvin Klein, Brunello Cucinelli and more. The mood may be everyday, but Shaun’s looks are far from it.
Ford Men’s John Hein is no stranger to being the face of a brand (see his past campaigns for Uniqlo and Adidas Originals) and now he stars in Nick Wooster’s collaboration with Lardini. Shot by Paul Maffi and styled by Wooster himself, the look book sees John in pieces that perfectly blend the street style icon’s sartorial sensibility with Lardini’s penchant for beautiful design. It’s a handsome collection with just the right amount of quirk, much like John himself.
What’s the point of sculpting a body if you’re not going to put some great clothes on it? Ford Men’s Chris Folz shows off the best of spring for Men’s Health in a massive editorial shot by Ralph Mecke and styled by Yilmaz Aktepe. Whether he’s in Louis Vuitton or Dries Van Noten, this guy serves as inspiration to not only feel good but look sharp.