Many of the F/W 2014 runways felt like a turning back of the fashion clock, so it’s appropriate that Ford Image’s Lexi stars in a black and white shoot to showcase the collections in British Vogue. Shot by Karim Sadli and styled by Francesca Burns, the young talent exhibits the latest from Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Chanel. Whether in an A-line skirt or felt capelet, Lexi expertly blurs the line between past and present.
Ford Image’s Gracie and Lexi star in Coach’s first campaign under the creative direction of Stuart Vevers. Shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Karl Templer with hair by Guido Palau and make-up by Pat McGrath, the 2 models embody the cool-girl Americana that is quickly becoming a house code for the brand. These two are just as fresh as the company’s overhaul.
The southern stretch of the Seine River along the Boulevard Saint-Germain has long been associated with classic ideas of bohemia, and that’s exactly what Ford Image’s Ashleigh plays with in a new editorial for Vogue Australia. Shot by Dan Martensen and styled by Clare Richardson, Ashleigh portrays a contemplative nonconformist throughout the spread. The girl may be decidedly modern, but she’s a quintessential free spirit.
If being fashionable is a crime, then the Alexander Wang girl is guilty as charged for the designer’s F/W 2014 campaign starring Ford Image’s Lexi. Shot by Steven Klein with creative direction by Pascal Dangin, the ad sees 3 Wang girls doing time in a decaying penitentiary. With slicked back hair and her doe-like eyes, Lexi makes for a far-from-average inmate.
Three of the four covers of Love Magazine’s latest issue bear the title “American Girl”, so it’s no surprise that Ford Image’s Hailey, one of the youngest members of the All-American Baldwin family, makes an appearance in the magazine. Shot by Solve Sundsbo and styled by Robbie Spencer for an exclusive interview, Hailey stuns in the latest collections from Dior and Saint Laurent. The full interview has yet to be posted online, but you can catch some of it on Grazia’s site.
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To kick off Mercedes Benz Swim Week last Thursday in Miami, Ford Artists Miami Director Michelle Leo and Ford Stylist Rachael Russell invited industry veterans aboard the Venetian Lady in Fontainebleau Marina for the second annual Miami Beauty Suite. Upon entering, 150 guests were greeted by Ford Artists Xavier Soto, Luis Bertran, Christy Silvia, Ethian Hugo and Eduardo Garcia in the main beauty lounge. Here, the artists showed off their skills using products by Oribe, Tarte Cosmetics and Kinara. Attendees were treated to makeovers and touchups while they sipped on champagne from Voga Wines. When all was said and done, everyone left feeling pampered, refreshed and already looking forward to next year.
Ford Men’s John Hein describes himself as a “fancy boy” in his instagram profile, so it’s no surprise that he adds a little flair to iconic sportswear brand Adidas’ latest campaign. Shot by Josh Olins and styled by Jodie Barnes, John brings his signature smirk to Adidas Originals F/W 2014. If anyone could imbue the athletic brand with a little bit of dandyism, it’s this guy.
Ford Men’s Evandro is photographed inside Dolce & Gabbana’s dark forest for the brand’s F/W 2014 eyewear campaign. Shot by Domenico Dolce himself, Evandro goofs off alongside fellow model Noah Mills. He may not be as pensive, but this guy is still every bit the Prince Charming.
Ford Direct’s Alex Knight stuns on the cover (and in the pages) of Ocean Drive’s Swim Guide, published in conjunction with Mercedes Benz Swim Week. Shot by Courtney Rodwell and styled by Nicole Tafur, Alex models activewear in a mix of stark monochromatic tones and bright neons. This is a woman who is physically adroit without sacrificing femininity.
You already knew that Ford Men’s Ethan has spent a lot of time behind the camera recently, but the young talent stepped back in front of the lens in a special exhibition for Rag & Bone’s S/S 2015 collection. Foregoing a traditional runway, the brand hired photographer Andreas Laszio Konrath to create a portrait series that was then displayed at Dia Center in NYC. Shot in simple black-and-white, Ethan’s portrait is the best possible case of artist as work of art.