Lara Stone by Mario Testino for Vogue US January 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published December 17, 2010

Lara Stone goes on a spa getaway for the January edition of Vogue US. Photographed by Mario Testino, the Dutch beauty takes in the view at Italy’s Castello di Vicarello in sophisticated looks featuring the work of Michael Kors, Donna Karan, Lanvin and more styled by Phyllis Posnick.








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40 thoughts on “Lara Stone by Mario Testino for Vogue US January 2011”

  1. loves that softer, gentler look in her eyes compared to most of her previous ‘fierce’ shoots/editorials + has her lips closed in every shot.

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  2. loves that softer, gentler look in her eyes compared to most of her previous ‘fierce’ shoots/editorials + has her lips closed in every shot.

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  3. Vogue US has done an awkward and uninspired editorial again. I’m not surprised. On the upside, Lara is looking GORGEOUS as with her natural brows. Please no more bleaching for this beautiful girl’s brows!

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  4. Love the shot of her in the clay with the dress half off… unfortunately, this seems to be the only shot that really fits with the ‘spa’ theme.

    I feel like this whole editorial is disjointed – love Lara, but aside from her appearance in each image, none of them seem to relate.

    Not to say that they aren’t all pretty pictures, but theme really goes a long way in making an editorial great.

    I’m usually a big supporter of Vogue US, but I was thoroughly unenthused by this issue. The editorial with Natalie Portman was by far the best, though a tad predictable with the ‘Black Swan’ theme.

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    • I agree the shot with her bust in clay and the DK dress is sublime. She looks brilliant even if the whole editorial isn’t so good, she really does look so amazing.

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  5. Love the shot of her in the clay with the dress half off… unfortunately, this seems to be the only shot that really fits with the ‘spa’ theme.

    I feel like this whole editorial is disjointed – love Lara, but aside from her appearance in each image, none of them seem to relate.

    Not to say that they aren’t all pretty pictures, but theme really goes a long way in making an editorial great.

    I’m usually a big supporter of Vogue US, but I was thoroughly unenthused by this issue. The editorial with Natalie Portman was by far the best, though a tad predictable with the ‘Black Swan’ theme.

    Reply

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