After starring in editorials for Interview Magazine and Fucking Young!, Jesse of Ford Men’s most recent gig sees him in a brand new editorial within the pages of VMan. Shot by David Armstrong and styled by Jay Massacret, the simple black and white images might be the best we’ve seen yet. This guy just keeps getting better.
Today’s Alexander McQueen show featured work by artist Marc Quinn, whose pieces play with bodily and cultural constraints. Ford Image’s Lexi walked with a black facemask in a look that she was almost strapped into. Even still, these restraints couldn’t keep this model’s beauty contained.
Esquire’s Big Black Book is to menswear what the Vogue September issue is to womenswear, and Ford Men’s Chris Folz is the cover star of the latest issue. In an accompanying editorial with Ford Men’s Axel Hermann, shot by Stewart Shining and styled by Nick Sullivan, the duo show off some of the best tweed pieces for fall. We can only hope to look half as good as these 2 once the air turns crisp.
Valentino struck a decidedly Greco-Roman chord on the S/S 2015 runway, featuring Ford Image’s Lexi. The model walked in 3 ornate looks that ranged from daywear to eveningwear. This girl was just as exquisite as the clothes she was wearing.
Karl Lagerfeld’s S/S 2015 show for Chanel was a lesson on radical feminism. Ford Image’s Lexi, Lilly Marie and Eleonore walked the runway with megaphones and picket signs in hand. These 3 were leading a revolution.
When someone off-handedly suggested that a young Emily Ratajkowski become a model, her mother countered, saying the girl was, in fact, going to be a brain surgeon. So began a lifelong pull between brains and beauty, but let’s be clear – she’s got them both. For the newest issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine, the ardent feminist talks about sexuality, family and becoming an autodidact after turning down a scholarship at the esteemed Sarah Lawrence College. The accompanying editorial may be more covered-up than her infamous turn in Blurred Lines, but this is her most revealing story yet.
Hedi Slimane has continuously celebrated rock’n’roll since taking over the helms of Saint Laurent, but this season he did it with even more of a vintage twist. Ford Image’s Lexi and Ford New York’s Yulia M walked in looks that were a mash-up of time periods. Even still, these girls gave off rock star vibes.
Ford Image’s Hailey Baldwin walked Sonia Rykiel’s S/S 2015 show alongside Ford Image’s Lexi. Rykiel is known for dressing the kind of Parisian femmes that are a staple of fashion blogs, and this season was no different. These were some it clothes for some it girls.
Sacai, the Japanese label designed by Chitose Abe, has been slowly gaining momentum since it began showing at Paris Fashion Week a few years ago. Ford Image’s Lexi walked the brand’s runway in one of a string of high profile appearances this season. This girl, like the brand itself, is on the cusp of greatness.
Ford Image’s Jane walked Leonard’s S/S 2015 runway in floral prints and silky pastels. It isn’t the first time this season we’ve seen the model in something dainty and feminine (see Les Copains and Bottega Veneta’s runways), but the effect was just as breathtaking.