I dig her and think she is so stunning and unique. For starters, she has a huge rack that is naturally hers,a gap in her teeth and she never corrected it, and has an exclusive contract with Calvin Klein, so she only has to work 3 mos out of the year(BITCH)! I first became aware of her at my dear friend Chrissy’s art show here in New York. Chrissy is a bad ass lithograph artist, check some of her work out here. Chrissy is having an exhibition on the 15th, so I will be sure share some pics in a future entry.
Lara Stone by Chrissy
Courtesy of Wikipedia..If you don’t give a damn about knowing more about her, then scroll all the way down to see more pics of Lara! No Judgment 🙂
Stone was born to a Dutch mother and an English father. She was raised in the Dutch town of Mierlo.
Stone was first approached by an agent in the Paris Metro, at age 13.Stone entered the Elite Model Look contest in 1999, as a 15-year-old. Although she didn’t win, she impressed Elite executives and was signed to the Elite Modeling Agency. After years of working as a struggling model, her career took a positive turn when she was signed by IMG in 2006. Soon after, she opened the Givenchy haute couture show in Paris.
Her campaigns include Calvin Klein Make-Up, Calvin Klein Jeans, H&M, Jean Paul Gaultier, Time, DKNY Jeans, Nicole Farhi, Belstaff, CK Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss Orange, De’ Type, Revlon, TSUM, Just Cavalli,Max Mara, Malizia by La Perla, Sisley Jil Sander, Versace, Giorgio Armani, Louis Vitton, Prada,, Eres, Dsquared, and Givenchy (for 5 consecutive seasons). Her covers include international versions of French, Italian, British, Japanese, and American Vogue, Elle, The Journal, V magazine, i-D, and W alongside Kate Moss and Daria Werbowy. She has appeared in editorials for Italian, French, British, American, Chinese, Japanese, and Men’s International Vogue, Interview, W, Harpers Bazaar, V[, and i-D.
Her trademarks include the gap between her front teeth and her wobbly runway walk, which can be attributed to her size 7 feet, smaller than the regular runway shoe which are size 8-10. In the February 2009 edition of Vogue Paris, which featured Stone on the cover and as the sole model in the magazine, she said she does not like the runway and that her unusually small feet for a person her size do not fit in shoes, and she often thinks, “Do not fall, do not fall.”