Jac Jagaciak in Tom Ford by Craig McDean for Interview February 2011

Tom Ford taps Jac Jagaciak for the February issue of Interview Magazine where the designer takes the cover story of the men’s issue. Photographed by Craig McDean, Jac dons the animal prints and sharp tailoring from Mr. Ford’s spring 2011 womenswear line.





16 Responses to “Jac Jagaciak in Tom Ford by Craig McDean for Interview February 2011”

  1. call me odd, but i want to actually see the clothes clearly. jac and tom are looking good, though!

  2. call me odd, but i want to actually see the clothes clearly. jac and tom are looking good, though!

  3. very confusing …… was expecting more from Interview ……. an it is a mag that I love.

  4. You’re wrong – the internet has every collection (admittedly not Ford’s) online with ease. A magazine should offer more value through creative interpretation of the elements. If Ford wants to keep the collection ‘private’ then thats his business and Craig McDean shouldn’t be compromised with what he wants to do because you want to see the collection clearly. The thing you should take issue with is the ‘advertisement’/marketing of the editorial by Interview. You’re not going to buy TF’s collection so why do you need to see it? I’m sure Ford thinks so. He is such a savvy businessman there is no way the people who have the money to buy the clothes haven’t already seen all the collection or could come and see it in private. It’s his marketing strategy.
    I am so sick of fashion editors ‘needing to see the clothes’ – that is what the print campaign is supposed to be for and the designer website/publicity etc. Mostly now the campaigns are more interesting than the editorials.
    @ Danae – yes, as long as it looks good and it’s what McDean wants. Personally it looks very 1990’s and kind of a blatant ripoff of tomato, so I don’t like it for that reason, but mixed up is fine.

  5. i don’t like this. Yes,it may be creative,but you can’t really enjoy the editirial.

  6. Hope Jac will be in more Ford’s campaigns, she’s better than Freja or Abbey, more elegant and sophisticated

  7. Is this supposed to be as nice and creative as the broken mirror reflections/facettes from “10”issue dedicated to Guinevere Van Seenus? Guinevere did much better with whomever photographed her then. Sorrenti wasn’t it? The use of computer as opposed to real art installation misses the point, to me anyway!

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