Today’s Alexander McQueen show featured work by artist Marc Quinn, whose pieces play with bodily and cultural constraints. Ford Image’s Lexi walked with a black facemask in a look that she was almost strapped into. Even still, these restraints couldn’t keep this model’s beauty contained.
Esquire’s Big Black Book is to menswear what the Vogue September issue is to womenswear, and Ford Men’s Chris Folz is the cover star of the latest issue. In an accompanying editorial with Ford Men’s Axel Hermann, shot by Stewart Shining and styled by Nick Sullivan, the duo show off some of the best tweed pieces for fall. We can only hope to look half as good as these 2 once the air turns crisp.
When someone off-handedly suggested that a young Emily Ratajkowski become a model, her mother countered, saying the girl was, in fact, going to be a brain surgeon. So began a lifelong pull between brains and beauty, but let’s be clear – she’s got them both. For the newest issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine, the ardent feminist talks about sexuality, family and becoming an autodidact after turning down a scholarship at the esteemed Sarah Lawrence College. The accompanying editorial may be more covered-up than her infamous turn in Blurred Lines, but this is her most revealing story yet.