Not too long ago we shared Jarrod Scott’s cover of L’Optimum Style, and now we’re back with the full story. Shot by Kal Griffig, Jarrod roams the hills of Los Angeles in furs by the likes of Prada. If only every mountain man could look this good.
Ford Image’s Lexi is shot by iconic photographer Mario Sorrenti for the November issue of Vogue Paris. Styled by Suzanne Koller, the editorial sees Lexi sporting a pair of very different beauty looks. It’s 2 lovely sides of 1 beautiful girl.
Ford Men’s Adrien Sahores returns as the face of De Fursac in an exclusive film for the brand’s F/W 2014 campaign. Shot by Sebastien Haddock and styled by Jonathan Kaye with art direction by Atelier Franck Durand, the black and white short sees Adrien playing sleuth on the grounds of a regal estate. This is a man on the prowl.
Hailey Baldwin leads the team of style insiders enlisted by Topshop to help ring in their brand new flagship in NYC. Fashion’s new darling talks street style and what makes The Big Apple so special, all while giving them a tour of her favorite spots in the city. This girl is a New Yorker, tried-and-true.
Ford Men’s Tommy Dunn continues a rustic streak after his Fashion For Men editorial with a brand new spread in Apollo Magazine. Photographed by Yannick Leconte and styled by Sonia Logerot, Tommy roams the grounds of a bucolic estate throughout the shoot. This guy looks just as good riding a horse as he does a motorcycle for Tommy Hilfiger.
When Eileen Ford founded Ford Models in 1946, the only way aspiring models could submit was via the U.S. mail. Seven decades later, our online submission form has made things much more simple. For the month of November, we’re making it easier than ever for 1 lucky guy and 1 lucky girl to get some one-on-one face time with a Ford scout in the form of a Skype session. Curious how it works?
Boo! This year we decided to celebrate this spooky holiday by asking our models to submit Halloween throwback pictures from their childhood. Click through the slideshow to see what they sent in!
Ford Men’s Daniel di Tomasso isn’t just a model – he’s also an actor starring in Lifetime’s original series The Witches of East End. Daniel recently sat down for an exclusive interview with The Fashionisto to talk shop about transitioning from modeling to acting, personal style and his affinity for classic cars. Flip through the editorial by Kei Moreno below and read Daniel’s full interview here.
Ford Image’s Moya is 1 of 3 faces in Prada’s Resort 2015 campaign. Photographed by Steven Meisel with styling by Olivier Rizzo, makeup by Pat McGrath and hair by Guido Palau, the model is captured in crisp black and white imagery against a backdrop of dilapidated gardens. This in-between season never looked so good.
Ruffian designers Brian Walk and Claude Morrais presented their S/S 2015 collection in Los Angeles this week, featuring Ford LA’s New Faces Emily, Emilie, Olivia and Kelly. Cast in a palette of black and white, the show presented a range of looks from cute schoolgirl dresses to red-carpet gowns. With this kind of performance, you’ll no doubt be seeing more of these four new faces in no time.