Ford Men’s Joe Bruzas and Travis Cannata tag team spring’s biggest trends in the new issue of Harper’s Bazaar Men’s Style China. Shot by Yossi Michaeli and styled by Vincent Young, Joe and Travis wear colorful pieces set against a Lego-like backdrop. With their polished hair and chiseled features, these boys are just as structured as the clothes they’re wearing.
Ford Image’s Lexi continues to be a muse for Prada, this time for the brand’s Pre-Fall 2014 campaign. Debuting a new hairstyle by Steven Meisel and Guido Palau, the images capture Lexi in a moment of quiet intimacy. Styling by Olivier Rizzo and beauty by Pat McGrath make for a look that is completely inspired.
Casting by Ashley Brokaw
Sunday morning – those few precious hours of the week where you can do everything and nothing at all. Ford Image’s Lily does just that in a new editorial for The Dreslyn, clad in pieces by Opening Ceremony, Carven and Margiela. Whether she’s hanging parkside or on the street, Lily exudes the charm of a girl headed nowhere in particular who is going to look fabulous getting there.
Ford Men’s Zhao follows up traditional shoots in Vs. Magazine and Holt’s with a progressive cover and editorial for Harper’s Bazaar Men’s Style China. Photographed by Li Xiao and styled by Kang Le, Zhao wears pieces by Prada, Tom Ford and Moncler against a backdrop reminiscent of a James Turrell skyspace. With his piercing eyes and polished looks, this guy has us on cloud nine.
Makeup by Yuan Yuan
It’s clear the moment that Ford Image’s Hailey Baldwin walks in the room that she’s a dancer – she carries her tall, lithe frame with a certain grace that can only come from years of training. In a special video for the blog, Hailey shows off her refined moves and striking beauty. In between takes, we talked with the model about her passion for dance, designer fashion and what her ideal superpower would be.
Not too long ago we shared the trailer for the Jacquemus S/S 2014 short starring Ford Image’s Dolores Doll, and today we’ve got the full film. Vacationing in the resort of La Grande Motte in what feels like an homage to the 1980s, Dolores meets someone, falls in love and gets her heart broken all within the span of 5 minutes. Whether in the throes of young love or falling apart at the seams, it’s impossible to take your eyes of this young beauty.
Ford Men’s Shaun DeWet portrays a more solitary side of suburbia in a new editorial for GQ Taiwan. Shot by Alex Cayley and styled by Wayne Gloss in pieces by Louis Vuitton, Todd Snyder and Armani, the shoot sees Shaun relaxing in a secluded setting while oozing masculine charm. This a dark portrayal of Americana, white fence not included.
Ford Men’s Conrad Bromfield, Sasha Knezevic and Brad Kroenig show off timeless looks for men in a new editorial for El Pais. Photographed by Matthew Scrivens and styled by Juan Cebrian, this shoot consists of something altogether more enduring. Clearly these fellas aren’t going out of style.
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