Lara Stone: ropes, snakes and a lack of clothes

It’s often remarked that “fashion is all about eventually becoming naked.” No one knows who first uttered that wisdom, but it has to be conceded that they saw the breaking down of social barriers, and the eventual fusion of fashion and nudity, long before most. Case in point: model Lara Stone. Follow that link and you’ll find that the majority of Lara’s recent editorials contain a general state of undress. Hardly a surprise, with her ample figure sexually distinguishing her from most other lead models of the current generation.

Today, Interview magazine have released another pictorial featuring Lara. Again it’s full of nudity. But this time her blonde eyebrows sit along side a leather and roped photo shoot whose bondage undertone sits in stark contrast to the black and white, full frontal nudity we saw in Lara’s shoot for Love magazine.

Lara Stone naked

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Lara Stone naked: Interview March 2010 (NSFW)
Lara Stone naked: Interview March 2010 (NSFW)
Lara Stone naked: Interview March 2010 (NSFW)
Lara Stone naked: Interview March 2010 (NSFW)
Lara Stone naked: Interview March 2010 (NSFW)
Lara Stone naked: Interview March 2010 (NSFW)
Lara Stone naked: Interview March 2010 (NSFW)
Lara Stone naked: Interview March 2010 (NSFW)
Lara Stone naked: Interview March 2010 (NSFW)

Shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, you can see the entire editorial by clicking on the thumbnails below.

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He was 5 when his teacher wrote on his report card “Daniel can’t sit still.” Taking it as a compliment, he’s been on the go ever since. Having flown over 590,000 kilometres in a single year (2012), he’s done much to push the boundaries of a fashioniser, always looking to fold one extra Tom Ford suit into his set of Samsonite cases and for one extra occasion to tie a tie for. As much an editor-at-large as he is Fashionising.com’s Editor-in-chief, when he's not travelling to all the fashion weeks his passports will allow him to, Daniel works on guiding this publication’s editorial and trend views. He is one of Fashionising.com’s co-founders.

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