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Wednesday November 26, 2014 10:55 am

Creem Magazine is synonymous with rock’n’roll, so it’s no surprise to see Ford LA’s Leonardo Lawrence showing his inner rockstar for the magazine. Shot and styled by Jordan Millington, the editorial takes sartorial hints from some of music’s greatest names – The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, The Sex Pistols. With a spread this diverse, Leonardo proves he is far from one note.

Friday November 21, 2014 3:40 pm

When Ford officially opened in Paris’s sixth arrondissement, we knew the interior design would require the talent of someone as experienced and visionary as the agency itself. Enter designer Julie Gaillard – one of the city’s most promising artists working in the field of interiors. Closely collaborating with Ford Paris Director Christel Vatasso, the space was designed by merging functionality with beauty. The result is an office that is timeless but still has an authentic personality, just like Ford.

Thursday November 20, 2014 1:23 pm

The photography of Nick Knight always lands somewhere in-between reality and fantasy, and such is the case with his newest shoot for V Magazine featuring Ford Image’s Moya and Emma. Centering around the idea of the bonnet, 12 designers reimagine the garment in unusual materials and innovative shapes. Complete with styling by Amanda Harlech, the 2 girls become beauties in a kind of twisted Victorian world.

Watch a special behind-the-scenes video here.

Thursday November 20, 2014 11:36 am

What is a day in the life of a model like? Ford Men’s Isaac Carew gives a peek in a brand new editorial for Hunger Magazine. Shot by John Cronin and styled by Rickardo Mattocks-Maxwell, the editorial follows Isaac’s steps on an ordinary day in his London neighborhood. The concept may be simple, but the outcome is anything but plain.

Wednesday November 19, 2014 1:20 pm

After the success of Ford Paris x Wrung’s collaborative effort to create an art poster for charity, the two brands teamed up once again on a special collection of menswear-inspired pieces. Entitled the “My Man” Project, the resulting sweatshirts prominently featured Ford Models’ names along with the Wrung logo to be worn on the streets of Paris Fashion Week. Culminating in a special editorial shot at the Ford Paris office, streetwear never looked so good.

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