With the spring 2011 menswear shows in full swing MDX have gone one better by featuring a new casting video “Boys from Milan S/S 11″ from casting director Barbara Nicoli and Leila of Trouble Management and video director Marcelo Burlon. Set to LCD Soundsystem‘s “Dance Yrself Clean” the boys from Milan including Ford Men‘s Paolo Anchisi and his continental brothers Adrien Sahores, Anthon Wellsjo, Tom Fontayn, and Felix Badman of Ford Models Europe do their best at looking effortlessly attractive. A white cyc hasn’t looked this good all season long.
Ford Men’s Aiden Andrews and Linus Gustin feature for the Yves Saint Laurent menswear spring 2011 collection by Stefano Pilati.
Ford Men’s Ethan James and Ian O’Brien feature for Yohji Yamamoto‘s menswear spring 2011 collection. With Y-3 absorbing much of the renowned Japanese designer’s minimalist expression it leaves his own menswear line open to absorb much of his maximalist tendencies.
Ford Men’s Francisco Lachowski features for Issey Miyake menswear spring 2011. The Japanese designer’s predilection for textures both subtle and strong continue with this collection. Francisco…he continues walking.
Ford Mens’ AJ Abualrub features for the Louis Vuitton menswear spring 2011 collection from the mens studio director Paul Helbers. The collection is the same luxurious travel fare one expects from Louis Vuitton, but the temporary LV tattoos some of the models sported on the runway were not. But, ours is not to reason why…
Ford Men’s Ian O’Brien (opener) and Aiden Andrews featured for Rick Owens menswear spring 2011 in Paris. Having apparently not kicked the habit Owens’s preoccupation with nuns continues with this collection that includes plenty of leathery vestments and head coverings — especially for the shorter-haired models. Once this collection makes its way to showroom, then there will be no need to get thee to a nunnery.
Ford Men’s Linus Gustin and Francisco Lachowski feature for the Viktor & Rolf menswear spring 2011 collection with Linus opening and closing the show. Though a different season designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren continued in their commitment to eyewear and live music and not just any music, but that of Elly Jackson of La Roux. We love the use of live musicians for this cozy presentation. And now for Francisco whom so many admire…
And yet another campaign…this time Ford Men’s Linus Gustin features for the Miharayasuhiro F/W 10 campaign photographed by Paolo Roversi. Japanese designer Mihara Yasuhiro began as a footwear designer in the early 1990s and later teamed up with the other German sneaker giant, Puma, in 2001. Six years ago Mihara launched his Miharayasuhiro menswear line and along the way has shown his collections in Milan and Paris.