Ford Men’s Isaac Weber, the handsome bloke on the cover of HERO Issue #3, has a new admirer. The good folks over at PRODn have all but carved “Art + Commerce + Isaac” in the digital tree trunk that is the interweb with their latest blog entry “Crushing on Isaac.” Strewth! “There is one male model,” gushes the Production at Art + Commerce blog, “who has recently captured our collective attention — Isaac Weber from Ford.”
Ford’s Charlene Almarvez today featured on The Cut as the new girl. New to some though she may be, she’s a household name on the Ford Models Blog. Charlene made a splash at the Supermodel of the World final in January where she finished as a runner-up.
Ford’s Hanne Gaby Odiele featured the Valentino fall 2010 couture collection by Pier Paolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri. Simply love those red shoes on Hanne…
Ford’s Alana Zimmer and Daiane Conterato featured for the Jean Paul Gaultier fall 2010 couture collection. The fall couture influence for M Gaultier appears to be from roundabout 1940s Paris replete with fishnet stockings and Audrey Hepburn style cigarette holders.
Ford’s Karmen Pedaru features for the Elie Saab fall 2010 couture collection by Elie Saab.
Ford Men’s Evandro Soldati appears in this video making of the Dolce & Gabbana F/W 10 campaign by Steven Klein. Shot at the Mulberry Street Bar in Manhattan’s Little Italy the space was transformed to look like the tailor shop a young Vito Corleone might have frequented rather than the tourist watering hole it often is.
Ford’s Karmen Pedaru and Hanne Gaby Odiele and Ford Women’s Barbora Dvorakova featured for the Chanel fall 2010 couture collection by Karl Lagerfeld.
Ford Women’s Samira Carvalho and Carolina Thaler have been identified by The Daily Beast‘s Sexy Beast column as two of the ten promising Brazilian prospects to fill the very tall heels of Gisele Bündchen.
Ford’s Alana Zimmer, Karmen Pedaru, and Alexandra Tretter feature for the Armani Privé fall 2010 couture collection by Giorgio Armani.
Ford’s Karmen Pedaru and Ming Xi feature for the Givenchy fall 2010 couture collection by Riccardo Tisci. Style.com‘s Tim Blanks reports that Tisci’s “dominant motif of the collection was the skeleton,” which can be seen intricately rendered throughout the garments.