In case David Gandy‘s [Ford Men] W Magazine March spread wasn’t enough, photographer Chiun-Kai Shih shares a peek at the British’s model’s March 2014 cover for GQ Taiwan. Styled by Marcus Teo with Grooming by Scott McMahan, the cover preview is also accompanied by two sneak peek videos of the shoot. Everything in moderation, except for David Gandy.
Alber Elbaz’s Lanvin girl was more austere than she’s been in seasons past, with Ford Image’s Lexi and Ashleigh walking on a runway that felt like a dark costume drama. With decorative eyelashes and a theatric gait, these were the ideal players to take Elbaz’s stage.
Ford Men’s Matt Clunan plays a game of cat-and-mouse with supermodel Helena Christensen in a new film for Vs. Magazine. Written and directed by Karen Collins with styling by Vibe Dabelsteen, the short sees Matt lead Helena through various settings worthy of a 1940s film noir. Only a Ford Man could hold the attention of such an iconic model.
Watch the video below.
The Nina Ricci runway always feels a bit like going to a cocktail party, and this season saw Ford Image’s Kate in attendance. Kate’s classic features were complimented with traditional beauty looks and a slightly demure tone. Clearly all eyes at the fête were on this young lady.
The pull between light and dark is a staple at Ann Demeulemeester shows, and this season Ford Image’s Jane G. stepped into the designer’s murky waters. With understated makeup and clean hair, Jane served as the perfect canvas for Demeulemeester’s wicked world. This girl was nothing but bewitching.
Alexander Wang continues to develop his vision of Balenciaga, with Ford Image’s Lexi and Ashleigh walking the brand’s F/W 2014 runway. There’s no doubt that Wang has injected a bit of downtown cool into the house, and Lexi and Ashleigh inhabited the space created by the one letter difference between urban and urbane.
Goga Ashkenazi continues to explore the heritage of Vionnet, joined this season by Ford Image’s Kate, Lexi and Ashleigh. Mature elements were mixed with tulips, neon green and doe-eyed makeup to create something more incipient. Kate, Lexi, and Ashleigh suddenly became three young girls playing in a garden.
Tod’s has always made pieces for men who want to look good no matter where they are, and Ford Men’s Tom does just that for the brand’s S/S 2014 campaign. Shot by Glen Luchford, Tom lounges in a space that could easily be a sleek Milan office or an Italian bachelor pad. Regardless of the location, Tom looks nothing but debonair.
They say its hard being a mother to even one child, but Ford Image’s Ashleigh makes doting on seven look easy in issue 4 of CR Fashion Book. Styled by Carine Roitfeld and photographed by Pamela Hanson, the editorial sees Ashleigh’s Snow White walking New York streets that are a far cry from the woods of the original fairytale. The outcome, however, is just as magical.
See more of Ashleigh in CR Fashion Book’s Fairytale issue here.
Jacquemus has quickly made a name for itself at Paris Fashion Week, and this season Ford Image’s Georgia both opened and closed the brand’s F/W 2014 runway that also saw Ford Image’s Emily Astrup on the catwalk. The models radiated the youthful quirk that the label has made its signature, promising a rise that will be just as meteoric.