Ford Men’s John Hein brings his boyish good looks to the newest issue of Essential Homme, showcasing some of spring’s best pieces. Shot by Kevin Sinclair with styling by Alex Van Der Steen, John wears clothing from Calvin Klein, Lanvin and Polo. With his sulky pout and mischievous charm, this is the thing that teenage crushes are made of.
Los Angeles isn’t always a place of crunchy granola vibes and wheatgrass shots. Ford Image’s Ashleigh portrays the city in a more sterile light for the newest Bergdorf Goodman magazine. Photographed by Gregory Harris and styled by Lori Messerschmitt, a robotic Ashleigh roams the metropolis collecting data on the town’s less trafficked areas. This is a high-fashion terminator infinitely cooler than Arnold Schwarzenegger’s.
Ford Men’s Ben Hunter has rioted for Just Cavalli and gone on safari for Hercules magazine. In the March 2014 issue of Men’s Health Best Fashion, Ben takes a more subdued trip to the sea wearing the darkly poetic staples of the S/S 2014 season by Givenchy, Dior Homme and more. Shot by Yves Borgwardt and styled by Saskia Schmidt, the editorial shows a more contemplative side of Ben worthy of a Hemingway novel.
Newcomer Spencer Zender [Ford Men] joins veteran model Justice Joslin [Ford Men] in a new shoot for CR Fashion Book’s Fairytale issue. Shot by Bruce Weber and styled by Editor-in-Chief Carine Roitfeld, Spencer and Justice inhabit a world that is equal parts Summer of Love and Wild West. Justice’s rugged looks perfectly suit this made-up backcountry, while Spencer’s chiseled physique and winning smile make it seem like he was born into this environ, even if it is a land far away from his native California.
Ford Men’s Jonas Mason suits up for an editorial in the newest issue of Essential Homme. Photographed by A.P. Kim with styling by Terry Lu, the shoot sees Jonas modeling spring’s best suits from Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein and Banana Republic. With a no fuss look and a bit of scruff, this guy makes getting buttoned-up look easy.
Last week we gave you the teaser of David Gandy’s spread in GQ Taiwan, and today we’re officially back with the full editorial and behind-the-scenes video. Photographed by Chiun-Kai-Shih, the shoot and video see David take to the streets, riffing on the idea of the modern day gentleman. Styled by Marcus Teo in pieces by Shipley & Halmos, Todd Snyder and Brooks Brothers, we’d venture to say this man isn’t playing a part.
Ford Men’s Morgan O’Connor continues to be a friend of Ralph Lauren as one of the faces of its S/S 2014 campaign, shot by Arnaldo Anaya Lucca. While the collective conscious doesn’t typically associate dreadlocks with a blazer and tie, the 18-year-old’s classic facial structure and dimpled chin are perfectly attuned with his outfit. This is the new prep.
After starring in composed campaigns for the likes of Strellson and Dunhill London, Ford Men’s Chris Brown shows a more rough-and-tumble side for the newest issue of Men’s Health Best Fashion. Shot by Sven Bänziger, the editorial sees Chris exploring the city of Hamburg after hours. With bruised knuckles and a silver chain around his neck, this is a guy you wouldn’t mind running into in a dark alley.
Producer: Yilmaz Aktepe
Photo Assistant: Mico Cvijetic
Hair/Makeup: Marco Hülsebus,
Styling Assistant: Christian Schiebold
Ford Men’s Eduardo stars in a new video that combines what are arguably two of the most tumbled things on the internet today: cats and abs. In it, Eduardo raps shirtless with three baby kittens serving as hypemen. The video also aims to raise awareness of The Humane Society, so no need to feel guilty for indulging.
It takes a certain model to drive a point home without any context. Hours before Chanel’s F/W 2014 runway, Ford Image’s Lexi was shot by Karl Lagerfeld himself for the brand’s F/W 2014 press kit. With a teased out ponytail and dogmatic stare, Lexi convey’s the collection’s play on upscale suburbia to a fault. This girl didn’t need a luxe supermarket to back her up.