On the third day of of couture our girls showed no signs of slowing down. Whether it was Maren Born and Kimberley at Stephane Rolland’s intimate presentation or Jane Grybennikova as Georges Chakra’s over-the-top bride, these girls showed what couture was all about.
Ford’s Edurne, Jane Grybennikova, Kim Jaspers, Kelie Santos and Seraphine all showed up on day 2 of the couture shows. Walking for the likes of Schiaparelli, Ralph & Russo and George Hobeika, the ladies showed why Ford girls continue to be a favorite on the runway.
Ford Men’s Nick Youngquest shows off his rugby body in a brand new shoot for Out Magazine. Photographed by Joseph Lally and styled by Matthew Ellenberger, the editorial explores the themes of self-love and masculinity. The result is just as thought-provoking as it is provocative.
Ford Image’s Kayla Scott stars in the newest campaign for Coach. Photographed by Steven Meisel and styled by Karl Templer, the New York centric ads see the brand continue to ruminate on Americana. If ever there was a face that could define a nation, this would be it.
Ford Women’s Kelie Santos & Kim Jaspers made a splash on day 1 of Couture Week, walking for Ilja and Ulyana Sergeenko, respectively. In what is viewed by many as the pinnacle of high fashion, we’d say these girls are off to a strong start.
Ford Men’s Adrien Sahores is the newest face of Theory for the brand’s F/W ’15 look book. Set against simple gradient backdrops, the model shows off minimalist, tailored looks from the modern brand. Sometimes a handsome face is all you need.
V Magazine‘s newest issue is dedicated to supermodel sisters, and Ford New Faces’ Elizabeth Davison and her sister Tyg are 2 of them. Photographed by Laurence Ellis and styled by Jay Massacret, the duo prove to be kindred spirits in pieces by Louis Vuitton, Alexander Wang and Stella McCartney. Sibling love never looked so sharp.
Ford Men’s Leo Bruno and Adam East each land their own cover for the newest issue of Male Model Scene Magazine, lensed by Skye Tan. Alternating between color and black-and-white imagery, the covers and accompanying editorial see the duo spending a stylish day in the park. In fashion, much like everything else, sometimes it takes two.
Irving Penn once said that Jean Patchett, one of the original Ford girls, was the “young American Goddess of Paris couture.” For decades, the world’s elite have flocked to Paris to see the best in made-to-order garments, and Ford has been there since the beginning. You won’t find Jean Patchett in our F/W ’15 show package, but you will find a group of girls who are just as stunning. From established beauties like Erin O’Connor to fresh faces like Thea, there’s something in here for everyone. Jean is our past, now meet our future.
Ford Image’s Dolores Doll embraces the new style of hippiedom for the latest issue of Madame Figaro. In an editorial photographed by Enzo Addi and styled by Sylvie Clemente, the Parisian-born beauty shows off the best bohemian-inspired looks for the summer festival circuit. A face like this could inspire a second Summer of Love.