Yesterday Kate King‘s portrait was pulled from the collapsed house of cards that is the fashion editorial of Dossier Issue 7 2011. By “collapsed” I of course mean the nine different shoots by nine different creative teams that have been delightfully mixed together like some crazed finger painting that turns all paint colors into brown.
Today is the final day of the work week, so let’s talk models. If you have a pulse, hand-eye-coordination, and modicum of motor skills still left this late on a Friday afternoon, then you’re probably already keenly aware that Ford Men now represents Lyle Lodwick.
Fashion and music are inseparable. They’ve been playing off each other well before David Bowie recorded the tune “Fashion” or Duran Duran sang “Girls on Film.” With this in mind we will occasionally feature interviews with people in fashion and music that embody the qualities that we so admire. – Ford Models Blog Editor
When I’m not busy using Chanel N°5 to ignite my charcoal stove or making Dior Couture curtains à la Von Trapp, then I can be found reveling in the exposure of Polaroid film by the case by my crack colleagues from Ford Men.
Please join us in welcoming Kate King to Ford Models where she joins Paul Rowland‘s board fresh on the heels of a stunning Fall / Winter 2011 runway season. The 5’11″ (180 cm), 18-year-old Canadian model was named one of the top ten newcomers of the F/W 11 show season by Models.com after having walked for Marc Jacobs, Prada, and Yves Saint Laurent amongst many others. To learn more about Kate, please be sure to check out her Q&A model profile by James Lim for The Cut from earlier this month. Kate King, welcome to Ford!
In this interview special, Damien Neva of the Ford Models Blog speaks with Anika, musician and political journalist who recorded
Having completed a stellar Fall / Winter 2011 runway season of forty-eight shows including that poignant Dior closer, Ford’s Julia Saner could easily top any new faces list. To be fair, however the precocious young Swiss likely has enjoyed more success than still can be reasonably associated with a new faces designation.
In 2010, the United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism appropriated $650K to advertise the uniqueness of St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix in an effort to ultimately increase visitor expenditures to these islands.¹
Until the Ford Models Blog has a Tokyo bureau office, it will continue to make use of tFS, which is one of the interweb‘s greatest resources outside of that quirky DIY plumbing site started by Julian Assange.
The last time this page saw a story with artist Clunie Reid, phographer Mel Bles, and fashion editor Vanessa Reid in the credits was when they did their piss-on-a-blank-canvas best to turn Jil Sander+, Diesel Black Gold, Aquascutum, and ck one Fragrance model Valerija Kelava into a nearly unrecognizable glob of oil paint and cut paper.