Ford’s Janice Alida, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Ming Xi, Valerija Kelava, Kate Kosushkina, Alana Zimmer, and Rose Cordero featured in the presentation of the Richard Chai Love F/W 11 collection by Richard Chai Thursday at the Lincoln Center Stage in New York.
Ford’s Christian Brylle featured in the presentation of the Nicholas K F/W 11 collection by Christopher Kunz and Nicholas Kunz Thursday at the Lincoln Center Studio in New York.
Ford’s Sigrid Agren featured in the presentation of the BCBG Max Azria F/W 11 womenswear collection by Max Azria Thursday at the Lincoln Center Theatre in New York.
Ford’s Yana Sotnikova, Paula Klimczak, Danica Magpantay, Charlene Almarvez, and Zuzanna Bronczyk featured in the presentation of the Organic by John Patrick F/W 11 womenswear collection Wednesday in New York.
Ford’s Tao Okamoto and Crystal Renn featured in the presentation of the Z Spoke by Zac Posen F/W 11 womenswear collection in New York.
Ford Men’s Linus Gustin, Paolo Anchisi, Bobby Nicholas, and Petey Wright featured for the DKNY Men F/W 11 menswear collection by Donna Karan Tuesday in New York.
There is almost no oxygen left to breathe in the wee hours that precede New York Fashion Week, but that hasn’t prevented me from delivering an important model profile on one of Paul Rowland‘s newest models to join his image board. Meet Beatriz Saladich, 5’10″ (178 cm) 18-year-old from Barcelona who is in town for the F/W 11 shows. This first year university architecture student comes to Ford via View Management of Barcelona, where she debuted last July at 080 Barcelona S/S 11.
Introducing Beatriz Saladich, now represented by Ford Models. Please visit fordmodelsblog.com to see pictures of and read about Beatriz Saladich.
Last season it was Ford Men’s AJ Abualrub who featured for the Frankie Morello campaign, but for S/S 11 the honor goes to Ford Men’s Travis Cannata. Photographed once again by Mariano Vivanco the spring campaign extends the youth-group free-for-all abandon of the previous seasons that is the label’s hallmark.
It says a lot about a magazine that as the editor of the Ford Models Blog I’m willing to hoof it (OK, take a cab) downtown to said magazine’s lavish HQ. That is precisely what happened Monday afternoon when I left the agency to visit the Mercer St. offices of Visionaire, V, and VMAN to relieve editor-in-chief Stephen Gan‘s men’s quarterly of one cellophaned VMAN 21.