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It’s been announced that Lara Stone is indeed pregnant, with her husband David Walliams confirming the news in a tweet: “Some wonderful news. My beautiful wife Lara is pregnant. We are having a baby! It is due next year and we both couldn’t be happier. Dx”
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The beauty look of tomorrow… M Le Magazine du Monde asks what that look is, focussing on a futuristic Lara Stone in some shots – with vibrant sweeps of colour, dramatic makeup and Star Wars-like Phillip Treacy headpieces – while in others she’s perfectly au naturel, not to mention naked.
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Fifty Shades of Grey may have bolstered hardware store sales of rope, but this shoot from Schön! Magazine‘s 19th issue hints at the 2002 film starring Maggie Gyllenhaal: both take the title Secretary. Codie Young stars as the girl being dominated in photographer Billy Nava’s rope-filled fantasy. But unlike other shoots we’ve seen that dabble in the arts of Japanese Shibari (Lara Stone for Visionaire…
If Lara Stone’s revealing shoot for The Last Magazine made her look a little bit like a modern-day calendar girl, than Constance Jablonski’s shoot from the same issue offers us a different type of pin-up. Smokey eyed and refined, Maciek Kobielski’s shots of Constance are a glamorous variety of sexy.
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It’s a particularly sexy issue of The Last Magazine. Lara Stone’s bare and bed-haired cover was something of a giveaway, and inside the pages is an accompanying shoot which adds a white tank top and not much else – modern pin-up style. More after the break (note, NSFW).
Well, almost nothing. There is a necklace, and a huge fluff of bed hair. It’s the kind of hair most mortals would just end up looking unruly in, but Lara makes it impossibly sexy on the fall 2012 cover of The Last Magazine.
With three striking covers featuring three big names of the modelling world (Daria Werbowy, Lara Stone and Kate Moss), Vogue Paris’ September 2012 issue issue was always going to generate some buzz. But more captivating than the names themselves is the noir theme that dominates the issue. A series of shoots by Mert & Marcus explores the theme in different ways, with Kate Moss’ imagery…
In the absence of scenery or fantastical backdrops, some editorials are purely about the styling. For Vogue Korea’s August 2012 issue, Fashion Editor Lee Ji Ah has Lara Stone as a living mannequin, dressed in outfits that flit between the feminine (coats or dresses elegantly paired with heels), the tailored (a particularly strong yet minimal look of masculine pants, white top, and nude clutch) and…