Lara Stone for Vogue China December 2010 by Willy Vanderperre

Lara Stone brings a seductive beauty to the December issue of Vogue China with Freezing Allure. Photographed by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Nicoletta Santoro, Lara shows off her curves in designs from Valentino Haute Couture, Louis Vuitton, Donna Karan and more.








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25 Responses to “Lara Stone for Vogue China December 2010 by Willy Vanderperre”

  1. Now they give her a lot more credit and room to be herself, i think. I have more recently noticed that now Lara poses without having to show her infamous gap. Shows that now photographers book her for the model she is not just the gimmick she represented when first started. Well done Lara.

  2. As boring (..or shall I say ‘somehow strange in a bad way’) as usual, Vogue China!
    Lara, her poses, the choice and drappage of her outfits…close to perfection respectively well done and by the way: J’AIME! But what about this (beautiful, yes..) chair (-model) in every single picure?! Chair versus Lara? hahaha Sorry, but I think the story would have been much better without it…

    and BTW: I love fashiongonerogue and am tired of all those copy-paste ‘I love this so much..’comments WITHOUT any opinion or meaning beyond BUT ‘CHECK OUT MY BLOG!’ Little hint: If you post a ‘good’ comment I’m interested in you/your blogor even try to start a discussion with you..everything else is just spam and not worth to be posted at this great platform.! And non, I do not consider myself as a kind of blog police (:

  3. I find this gorgeous, and far from boring. She looks etheral and soft, almost like a princess stuck and waiting for her prince to arrive.

    Her body is seriously out of this world, and she is definitely becoming THE model of the new century.

  4. I find this gorgeous, and far from boring. She looks etheral and soft, almost like a princess stuck and waiting for her prince to arrive.

    Her body is seriously out of this world, and she is definitely becoming THE model of the new century.

  5. I like the battered up chair but I think there should be more variation of props/poses to make a full editorial.

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