Earlier this week VMAN celebrated the launch of VMAN 18: A Scandinavian Summer at Good Units at the Hudson Hotel on W 58 St. The party did not disappoint and Ford Models were out in force of whom photographer JD Ferguson snapped Brad Kroenig, Sasha Knezevic, Aiden Andrews, Michael Derr, Charlene Almarvez, Ethan James, Bobby Nicholas, and Matt Raimo. Please visit VMAN to see the complete photo gallery from the evening.
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
Last October Anti-Pop Consortium released Fluorescent Black, their first non-collaborative studio record since 2002′s Arrhythmia.
Damien Neva of Ford Models TV speaks with High Priest & M. Sayyid of Anti-Pop Consortium in this interview special.
The other day we thought of Ford’s Ranya Mordanova during our morning blog review when we came across MDC‘s mention of her latest editorial appearing in Vogue Russia. We decided to have a closer look and duly pulled Ranya’s book. Shot by photographer KT Auleta and styled by Simon Robins it recalls a time when Mrs. Ford ran the agency.
The debate over celebrities or models about who best to grace the covers of fashion glossies or book designer campaigns has never been a debate with us. We will always side with models…it’s our business after all. We do, however acknowledge the irresistible draw that celebrities still have on the public imagination.
Friday Sundries, you lot knows the drill…
+ Hanne Gaby can be seen in the below picture taken by photographer Andrew Weir. The picture comes courtesy of MDC‘s Bits & Bytes and should serve as a reminder that summer unofficially begins Memorial Day weekend. Break out the Wayfarers, let’s do this.
Here’s a look back at Milan Fashion Week F/W10 of Hanne Gaby after the Gianfranco Ferré show. This shot was taken by photographer Craig Arend and posted on his blog Altamira: Models off Duty this week. We really like Arend’s blog focus on models in the world, away from the studio or runway.
Ming Xi yesterday appeared on The Cut where it is reported that designer Riccardo Tisci is plotting the rise of Chinese model — recall Ming’s front and center appearance in the latest Givenchy F/W10 campaign as well as Givenchy’s spring 2010 couture show. Riccardo Tisci’s taste is impeccable as is his preference for Ming Xi.
Introducing Emily Senko, now represented by Ford Models. Please visit fordmodelsblog.com to see pictures of and read about Emily.