Earlier this week we showed you Lexi of Ford Image’s fourth cover of Vogue Italia, and now we’re back with the full editorial. Photographed by Steven Meisel and styled by Karl Templer with hair by Guido Palau and make-up by Pat McGrath, the shoot sees Lexi sporting some of the season’s best knitwear in layered, billowing silhouettes. With each editorial, this girl just keeps getting better and better.
Now in it’s third year, GQ’s annual collaboration with Gap showcases some of the best menswear designers in America today. For the 2014 collection, Ford Men’s Dave Lilja, Daniel Pimentel, Francisco Lachowski, Conrad Bromfield and Peter Badenhop show off pieces from John Elliott + Co, Brooklyn Tailors, En Noir, and M.NII in a campaign shot by Sebastian Kim. These dudes, much like the clothes themselves, are unforgettable.
Ford Men’s Chris Brown takes a journey to exotic shores for the newest issue of M Magazine. Chris shows off his best nautical skills in an editorial photographed by Billy Kidd and styled by Alex Badia. This is a guy we wouldn’t mind escaping with.
Ford Image’s Lexi lands her fourth (that’s right – fourth) cover of Vogue Italia this year alongside familiar faces Karlie Kloss and Sasha Pivarova. The cover also marks the model’s reunion with an amazing team comprised of Steven Meisel, Karl Templer, Pat McGrath and Guido Palau. Stay tuned to the blog for more from the issue, and view Lexi’s other Vogue Italia covers here.
This season Ford entered into an exciting partnership with distinguished dermatologist Dr. Jeannette Graf. Models were prepped at an exclusive #BeautyFriday event prior to the start of New York Fashion Week, where Dr. Graf gave advice on nutrition, lifestyle and skin care. A brand new program entitled #PagingDrGraf was introduced, allowing models 24/7 access to Dr. Graf’s expertise. After leaving with products from Eau Thermale Avene, these girls were ready for the month ahead.
Every now and then a shoot comes along that we just have to share, like this one of Ford Men’s Tommy Dunn by Rodolfo Martinez. Tommy may have been suave in recent shoots for Details, GQ and VMan, but we think this one takes the cake. We could try to explain it, but we think you should just see for yourselves.
Ford Image’s Charlotte has proven more than adept at inhabiting the space between art and fashion, as evidenced by her recent turn on the Marc by Marc and Christophe Lemaire runways this season. For AnOther’s most recent issue, photographed by Colin Dodgson and styled by Katie Shillingford, the model effortlessly assumes the role again. Clad in Céline, Marc Jacobs and Miu Miu, the young talent elevates environments that would otherwise feel mundane.
Read a special interview with Charlotte on AnOther Magazine’s site.
The younger sister brand of Prada was a little more sultry for the S/S 2015 season. Ford Image’s Lexi and Mia walked with penciled on eyebrows and hints of midriff in a mishmash of colors and prints. In one of the final shows of the season, this was the ultimate game of dress up.
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.