Lara Stone by Mario Testino for Vogue US April 2011

Lara Stone brings some va-va-voom to the pages of April’s Vogue US with a swimwear story shot in the sunny city of Rio de Janeiro. Photographed by Mario Testino, Lara sports a winning smile and graphic prints from Missoni, Louis Vuitton, Marni and others styled by Edward Enninful.









34 Responses to “Lara Stone by Mario Testino for Vogue US April 2011”

  1. Her chest looks smaller. Did she 1. lose weight, and/or 2. have a breast reduction?

    • Lara is, I believe, a 34C, which actually isn’t that large, especially not for someone of her height. A lot of the time poses/lighting contribute to giving the illusion of a smaller/bigger bust, which I am sure is the reason for the discrepancy.

    • She lost a lot of weight recently because she stopped drinking and said in an interview that her breasts shrunk because of that.

      • breasts grow because of drinking alcohol? that doesnt sound logic to me.. if it really works, i def need to try it haha

        • Drinking alcohol makes you gain weight, and many women gain weight in their chest… So when she lost weight, her breasts dropped down in size.

  2. Her chest looks smaller. Did she 1. lose weight, and/or 2. have a breast reduction?

  3. oh i love this! Want to have that wiew outside my window instead of a snowy sweden..

  4. Absolutely spot on! So bright and sunny and naturally sexy. Lara and Testino did great.

    • Typical, yes. But it IS Vogue US we’re talking about, so they’re clearly trying to reach that “Typical” demographic in the ed.

  5. TESTINO!!!!! Definitely saved the April issue b/c Lebovitz did not do it any favors with the Rihanna editorial…

  6. Anonymous Reply

    She is so gorgeous!! I love how versatile she is. She can do sexy, provocative, edgy, commercial, all of it. The photo of her smiling is absolutely divine and sincere.

  7. Anonymous Reply

    She is so gorgeous!! I love how versatile she is. She can do sexy, provocative, edgy, commercial, all of it. The photo of her smiling is absolutely divine and sincere.

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