Veronique Leroy‘s S/S 2015 runway, featuring Ford Image’s Zoe, was undoubtedly 1940s inspired. The model walked in mid-length skirts and loose silhouettes with slicked back hair and ruby red lips. This girl could have been a silver screen star.
Acne Studios is one of the main purveyors of cool on the fashion scene today, and Ford Image’s Lexi was a part of it for S/S 2015. Hitting the runway in an all white look, the model gave off a certain savoir faire. This was a girl who knew what she was doing.
Viktor & Rolf are great at doing a kind of off-kilter femininity, as exhibited by Ford Image’s Lexi on the S/S 2015 runway. The model walked in 2 looks with oversized frills and asymmetrical proportions. But a girl like this kept the looks completely balanced.
Tsumori Chisato mixed the 1960s with a kind of Japanese surrealism for her S/S 2015 runway, featuring Ford Image’s Jane. Bright colors and oversized flowers punctuated the collection, standing in stark contrast to Jane’s pristine makeup and poise. It was like watching Alice fall down the rabbit hole.
Well, Ford Image’s Mily can now add Chloé to an already stellar season that includes Alexander Wang and Rodarte. Walking in a floor length gown, the model was completely poised. It was an impressive addition to a growing resume.
Flight seemed to be a central theme on A.F. Vandevorst’s S/S 2015 runway, featuring Ford Image’s Jane. The model walked in paratrooper-inspired looks amongst feather motifs. With a face like this, we’d be willing to take the leap.
Raf Simons carried over oriental themes from Dior’s couture show onto the S/S 2015 runway featuring Ford’s Lexi & Yulia M. The two models were clad in luxe fabrics with simple beauty looks and hints of pastel. East meeting West never looked so good.
It was J.W. Anderson’s first womenswear showing at the helm of Loewe, and Ford’s Lexi, Charlotte and Yulia were a part of it. Walking in crisp linens and leather, the girls were the physical embodiment of Anderson’s reimagining of the Spanish brand. These 3 were a stellar addition to an already promising debut.
Isabel Marant is still the queen of cool nonchalance, as exhibited by Ford Image’s Lexi on the S/S 2015 runway. Walking in 2 separate black looks, the model resembled a younger Marant herself. This girl knew how to make a statement without trying too hard.
A very stylized, graphic floral motif made an appearance on Roland Mouret’s S/S 2015 runway, featuring Ford New York’s Yulia M. Walking in 2 looks, the model epitomized spring in crisp whites and pops of color. It was almost as if the girl herself was in bloom.