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Lips & Boys | Jarrod Scott for Tom Ford

Tom Ford’s newest beauty line revolves around the handsome suitors of his ideal lady, and Ford Men’s Jarrod Scott is one of them. In a clip directed by Tom Munro with creative direction by Trey Laird, Jarrod puts his lips to the test with Aline Weber. Judging by the 10 second clip, this guy would make the perfect partner for 7 minutes in Heaven.

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Eleonore Toulin, Brad & Hudson Kroenig and Jake Davies for Chanel

Ford Image’s Eleonore walked Chanel’s Salzburg Metiers D’Art show along with Ford Men’s Brad Kroenig, Hudson Kroenig and Jake Davies. Inspired by Chanel’s trip to the country in the 1950s, the models walked the runway in new twists on classic alpine attire. This was a quartet that would’ve made Coco herself proud.

The Beautiful Issue | Hailey Baldwin and Roxane Glineur for i-D Magazine

How do you define beauty? This is the basic premise of Hailey Baldwin [Ford Image] and Roxane Glineur’s [Ford Women] editorial for the latest issue of i-D magazine. Shot in black and white by Daniel Jackson with styling by Alastair McKimm, the stunning portraits show 2 young women in their natural state. Beauty like this isn’t subjective.

Nick Youngquest Covers Men’s Health Spain December 2014

Ford Men’s Nick Youngquest has arm-wrestled Candice Swanepoel, posed in the buff for cancer awareness, and this December he covers the newest issue of Men’s Health Spain. Shot by Edu Garcia, the former rugby player displays his toned physique in nothing but a pair of denim jeans. Judging by the abs alone, this issue should fly off the shelves.

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Too Young To Burn | Leonardo Lawrence for Creem Magazine

Creem Magazine is synonymous with rock’n’roll, so it’s no surprise to see Ford LA’s Leonardo Lawrence showing his inner rockstar for the magazine. Shot and styled by Jordan Millington, the editorial takes sartorial hints from some of music’s greatest names – The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, The Sex Pistols. With a spread this diverse, Leonardo proves he is far from one note.