Filed under: Campaigns | Tags: adrien sahores, dan caten, dean caten, Dsquared², francisco lachowski, katie grand, lionel messi, marcus piggott, mert alas, panini
Tracking down every last fall campaign in which Ford talent features is not unlike assembling a Panini World Cup sticker album. Collecting the stickers can be well tedious compared to actually watching Lionel Messi tear defenses asunder. The same holds for cataloguing fall campaigns, which in the fashion mind tend to congeal into one solid glossy mass by the time the shows begin in September. That said, some campaigns and models filter to the top and also wind up on this page like Ford Men’s Adrien Sahores and Francisco Lachowski for the Dsquared² F/W 11 campaign by Mert & Marcus have today. If you bought V72 last Thursday (and if not, then you should still, buy it now!), then you will have noticed the gorgeous black & white campaign Dsquared² in the opening pages of the issue a page after the Hugo Boss campaign and one before the Belvedere Vodka advert. Adrien closed the Dsquared² P/E 2012 show last month in Milano and together with the Brazilian are arguably two of the shrewdest advertising bookings today. No other male models prompt the sort of enthusiasm that Adrien Sahores and Francisco Lachowski generate, which once again is akin to the sort of fanaticism prompted by Lionel Messi. Come to think of it, there can be some enjoyment yet in highlighting campaigns just as there too is something deeply satisfying about completing a Panini album.
Credits include: Client, Dsquared²; Campaign, F/W 11; Photography, Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott; Styling, Katie Grand.
Filed under: Menswear Spring 2012 | Tags: adam kimmel, adam wallace, adrian bosch, adrien sahores, agnès b., aiden andrews, alexis mabillea, ami, bernard wilhelm, cne, comme des garçons, dior homme, douglas neitzke, dries van noten, francisco lachowski, givenchy, harry goodwins, hermes, isaac carew, issey miyake, jakob wiechmann, john galliano, kenzo, kris van assche, lanvin, linus gustin, lyle lodwick, magazine mountain, max motta, menswear, paris, paul smith, phillip lim, roland mouret mr, s/s 2012, sebastian brice, sen mitsuji, thierry mugler, timmi radicke, travis cannata, viktor & rolf, walter van beirendonck, yohji yamamoto, yves saint laurent, zakaria khiare
Buried under Magazine Mountain is an urgent sticky note that reads “Paris Mode Masculine PE 2012! N’oubliez pas!” The little French I do know has resulted either in a chastening glass of champagne in the face or a chastening glass sans champagne in the face. Needless to say trotting out the language with which William conquered England in 1066 is not my wont. But, talk of French and fall 2011 couture winding down today has me thinking this morning would be a good time to once and for all bury those increasingly moribund Paris menswear shows. The headlines from Milano were clearly translated for our francophone friends for it was they who duly followed suit and also booked Adrien Sahores on the most shows of the week — thirteen (13) to raise his total to an astounding twenty-five (25) for the season. Rare is the model who does well in either Milano or Paris and rarer still is a master of both cities in all their disparity. Adrien’s Twitter hashtag of #ThisGuyMan now truly makes sense, no? Adrien’s feat is followed closely behind by Adrian Bosch and Aiden Andrews, both of whom featured in eight (8) shows with the latter notching fifteen (15) for the entire season. Elsewhere there were impressive openers by Francisco Lachowski (Issey Miyake), Lyle Lodwick (Comme des Garçons), Sen Mitsuji (Phillip Lim 3.1), and Zakaria Khiare (Paul Smith). All told, the Paris shows for our guys weren’t too shabby. Until next January, it’s au revoir for this menswear season in Paris… .
Ford Men Paris Mode Masculine P/E 2012
Adam Wallace: Ami, Yohji Yamamoto, Adam Kimmel, Bernard Wilhelm
Adrian Bosch: Lacroix Homme, Dries Van Noten, Yves Saint Laurent, Kris Van Assche, Kenzo, Dior Homme, Cerutti, Raf Simons
Adrien Sahores: Thierry Mugler, Viktor & Rolf, Juun Ju, Alexis Mabille, Yves Saint Laurent, Kris Van Assche, John Galliano, Kenzo (C), Dior Homme, Cerutti, Raf Simons, Songzio, Acne
Aiden Andrews: Thierry Mugler, Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent, Walter Van Beirendonck, Kenzo, Dior Homme, Raf Simons, Acne
Douglas Neitzke: Dries Van Noten, Yves Saint Laurent, Kris Van Assche, Dior Homme, Cerutti, Lanvin, Agnès B
Francisco Lachowski: Thierry Mugler, Issey Miyake (O), Alexis Mabille
Harry Goodwins: Thierry Mugler, Ami, Viktor & Rolf, Louis Vuitton, John Galliano, Roland Mouret Mr
Isaac Carew: Issey Miyake, Adam Kimmel, Hermès, Paul Smith
Jakob Wiechmann: Thierry Mugler
Linus Gustin: Viktor & Rolf, Louis Vuitton, Kenzo, Roland Mouret Mr, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Acne
Lyle Lodwick: Comme des Garçons (O), Lanvin, Agnès B
Max Motta: Thierry Mugler, John Galliano, Hermès
Sebastian Brice: Yves Saint Laurent
Sen Mitsuji: Issey Miyake, 3.1 Phillip Lim (O)
Timmi Radicke: Givenchy
Travis Cannata: Thierry Mugler
Zakaria Khiare: Yves Saint Laurent, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Songzio, Paul Smith (O)
O: Open; C: Close
Rachel Walgrove contributed to this story.
Filed under: Menswear Spring 2012 | Tags: acne, adrien sahores, aiden andrews, jonny johansson, linus gustin, menswear, paris, s/s 2012
Ford Men’s Linus Gustin, Aiden Andrews and Adrien Sahores featured in the Acne menswear S/S 2012 collection by Jonny Johansson on Sunday in Paris.
Please visit Vogue.co.uk to see the entire Acne menswear S/S 2012 collection.
Filed under: Menswear Spring 2012 | Tags: adrian bosch, adrien sahores, aiden andrews, andre ziehe, antonio navas, bottega veneta, burberry prorsum, calvin klein, canali, chris folz, corneliani, costume natonal homme, d&g, damien neva, dirk bikkembergs sport couture, dolce & gabbana, douglas neitzke, Dsquared², emporio armani, ermanno scervino, ermenegildo zegna, etro, federico cola, francisco lachowskif, frankie morello, gucci, harry goodwins, iceberg, isaac carew, jakob wiechmann, jil sander, john varvatos, linus gustin, luke briggs, matt terry, max motta, menswear, miguel iglesias, milano, Moschino, neil barrett, nicole farhi, Ports 1961, prada, pringle of scotland, rachel walgrove, Roberto Cavalli, s/s 2012, salvatore ferragamo, versace, villa d'este, z zegna
Just as every dinner bill in Italy must be paid, whether it’s for the sort of cibo di strada peddled by Villa D’Este or aperetivi markedly less humble, so too comes the day of reckoning for every proper runway season to grace this page. Milano is still fresh in mind and even fresher still with the below show tallies meticulously tabulated by Rachel Walgrove. With the dizzying number of shows compressed into what is more realistically three and half rather than four days there are likely to be some unintended omissions, but for the most part this list rings true. Let’s start at the top with Adrien Sahores, who walked in thirteen (13) shows, closing three (3) shows including Z Zegna, DSquared², and Nicole Fahri. Next of course is Francisco Lachowski, who featured in twelve (12) shows, opening and closing Ermanno Scervino. Nikola Jovanovic was the third most ubiquitous model from the Ford Men ranks having walked in eight (8) shows, which is a logical outcome of him no longer being all but exclusive to the house of Gucci. Paolo Anchisi might have only walked on the first day of the season, but having opened Dolce & Gabbana, he couldn’t have sent out a stronger message of intent for the coming season. Having been in Milano for a week I believe I’ve caught a glimpse of the season to come. New boys were scouted by my Ford Men colleagues and like Adrien Sahores, Harry Goodwins, and Zakaria Khiare last season before them, they too are set to join the industry’s number one men’s board. Until then, however you can revel in the boys Ford Men currently represents with the below show listings and videos produced throughout the week. Until next January, it’s arrivederci for this menswear season in Milano… .
Ford Men Milano Uomo P/E 2012
Adrian Bosch: Jil Sander
Adrien Sahores: Moschino, Z Zegna (C), Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Prada, Bottega Veneta, Neil Barrett, Jil Sander, Corneliani, Dsquared² (C), Pringle of Scotland, Nicole Fahri (C), Ports 1961
Aiden Andrews: Moschino, Alexander McQueen, Canali, Jil Sander, Costume National Homme, Prada, Ports 1961
Andre Ziehe: Giorgio Armani, D&G, Dirk Bikkembergs Sport Couture, Emporio Armani, Dolce & Gabbana
Antonio Navas: Giorgio Armani, Iceberg, Emporio Armani, Roberto Cavalli, Ermenegildo Zegna
Chris Folz: Roberto Cavalli
Douglas Neitzke: Neil Barrett, Nicole Fahri, Ports 1961
Francisco Lachowski: Giorgio Armani, Versace, D&G, Emporio Armani, Roberto Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana, Ermenegildo Zegna, Frankie Morello, Ermanno Scervino (O, C), Enrico Coveri, Carlo Pignatelli Cerimonia, Daniele Alessandrini
Federico Cola: Ermenegildo Zegna
Harry Goodwins: Iceberg, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Dsquared² , Corneliani, Ports 1961
Isaac Carew: Moschino, Z Zegna
Jakob Wiechmann: Canali, Calvin Klein
Linus Gustin: Z Zegna, Etro, Prada, Nicole Fahri, Ermenegildo Zegna, Ports 1961
Luke Briggs: Missoni, Ermanno Scervino
Matt Terry: Versace (D)
Max Motta: Giorgio Armani, Canali, Vivienne Westwood, Emporio Armani, John Varvatos, Corneliani
Miguel Iglesias: Dirk Bikkembergs Sport Couture, Dsquared²
Natan Machado: Iceberg, Roberto Cavalli
Nikola Jovanovic: Giorgio Armani, Versace, D&G, Etro, Emporio Armani, Roberto Cavalli, Corneliani, Dolce & Gabbana
Paolo Anchisi: Dolce & Gabbana (O, D), Ermenegildo Zegna (D)
Rael Costa: Canali, Vivienne Westwood (O)
Ryan Burns: Ermenegildo Zegna (O, D)
Sebastian Brice: Burberry Prorsum
Timmi Radicke: Versace, Calvin Klein
Tom Warren: D&G, Roberto Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana
Zakaria Khiare: Z Zegna, Trussardi 1911, Bottega Veneta, Burberry Prorsum
O: Open; C: Close; D: Direct booking
Rachel Walgrove contributed to this story.
Filed under: Menswear Spring 2012 | Tags: adrian bosch, adrien sahores, aiden andrews, menswear, paris, raf simons, s/s 2012
Ford Men’s Adrian Bosch, Aiden Andrews and Adrien Sahores featured in the Raf Simons menswear S/S 2012 collection by Raf Simons on Saturdaty in Paris.
Please visit Vogue.co.uk to see the entire Raf Simmons menswear S/S 2012 collection.
Filed under: Menswear Spring 2012 | Tags: adrian bosch, adrien sahores, aiden andrews, dior, dior homme, douglas neitzke, kris van assche, menswear, paris, s/s 2012
Ford Men’s Aiden Andrews, Adrien Sahores, Adrian Bosch, and Douglas Neitzke featured in the Dior Homme menswear S/S 2012 collection by Kris Van Assche on Friday in Paris.
Please visit Vogue.co.uk to see the entire Dior Homme S/S 2012 collection.
Filed under: Menswear Spring 2012 | Tags: adrian bosch, adrien sahores, aiden andrews, Antonio Marras, linus gustina, menswear, paris, s/s 2012
Ford Men’s Aiden Andrews, Linus Gustin, Adrian Bosch, and Adrien Sahores (closer) featured in the Kenzo menswear S/S 2012 collection by Antonio Marris on Friday in Paris.
Please visit Vogue.co.uk to see the entire Kenzo menswear S/S 2012 collection.