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.
On Friday, July 25th, Chicago’s fashionable crowd descended on The Godfrey Hotel for the third annual Ford Beauty Suite Chicago. Guests were treated to an array of complimentary services including Hair Styling, Make Up and Manicures by Ford Artists and Brow Shaping by Chella Brow Bar. Cocktails, Union Sushi, tastings by Vosges Haut-Chocolat, surprise “flower-bomb” deliveries by Kalla and a Via Strozzi Trunk Show kept things lively while bloggers interviewed Stylists Marcellas Reynolds & Helen Berkun.
Ford Image’s Alison steps into the role of Mad Hatter in an exclusive editorial for Schön Magazine. Photographed by Alice Rosati and styled by Ada Kokosar, Alison wears layered, nouveau-Victorian looks in an industrial setting. Judging by Alison’s surroundings, this rabbit hole is somewhere in Brooklyn, but it’s one we’d like to fall down just the same.
We’re used to seeing Ford Men’s Matt Terry in more traditional menswear, whether it’s as the face of Calvin Klein or within the pages of Harper’s Bazaar. So it’s exciting to see the young talent in more progressive designs on the cover of Dansk magazine’s newest issue, shot by Michael Schwartz and styled by Julie Ragolia with grooming by Scott McMahon. Stay tuned to the blog for the full spread, because this is one that surely won’t disappoint.
Ford Image’s Kayla continues to make her mark on the world of fashion, this time within the pages of Love Magazine’s newest issue. Photographed by Phil Poynter and styled by Phoebe Arnold, Kayla plays the role of seminal club kid whose face is subjected to a powerful subwoofer. It takes a certain kind of model to make something this distortive look good.