Ford Men’s Zhao follows up his recent editorial in Vs. Magazine with a starring role in Holt Renfrew’s S/S 2014 catalogue. Wearing pieces from designers established and emerging, Zhao runs the gamut of fashion in 3 separate shoots for the issue by Chris Nicholls and styled by Jimmy Moorhouse. Whether grabbing a cocktail in a tailored suit or hitting the streets in more casual attire, this a man too versatile to be tied down.
Ford Men’s David Gandy always plays the role of dandy in his shoots, but a new spread gives insight into David’s real-life style. For their April 2014 issue, GQ turns to David to get advice on style and shopping. Citing three-piece suits and bespoke tailoring as essentials for every man’s wardrobe, David proves he is a gentleman through and through.
Photography by Dan Martensen
Ever since New York Magazine published its piece on normcore, the aesthetic has been sprouting up everywhere. Ford Image’s Miriam Haney stars in a shoot that embraces the trend for the newest issue of M Le Monde, photographed by Charlie Engman and styled by Carine Bizet. Through bare-faced beauty looks and billowing silhouettes, Miriam’s inherent charms leave you wondering if this might just be the new sexy.
The age-old battle of form vs. function is resolved in a new editorial for Women’s Health starring Ford Direct’s Jill de Jong. Leaping through the desert in activewear pieces by designers like Stella McCartney and Norma Kamali, the model drives home the point that just because you want to live an active life doesn’t mean you can’t live a fashionable one. With her sleek updo and graphic sunglasses, this girl is light years ahead of Suzanne Somers.
Ford Men’s Jarrod Scott heads to the resort town of Palm Springs for the new issue of El Libro Amarillo by Palacio de Hierro. Looking like he stepped straight out of an Ed Ruscha painting, Jarrod is the exemplar of mid-century modernism in pieces by Burberry, Canali and Hugo Boss. With photography by David Roemer and styling by Luis Pena, this man is a work of art.