Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

September 27, 2009

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Carine Roitfield, Lara Stone goes through a series of transformations in this month’s Vogue Paris. With the aid of elaborate makeup and wigs, Klein captures her in every look from rocker chic to monstrous-like creations. Regardless of the outcome, it is apparent that the team over at French Vogue does not lack imagination.

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October

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27 thoughts on “Steven Klein Shoots Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October”

    • I think the credits read that it’s from Yves Saint Laurent. The only other credit in the text I can make out is Agent Provocateur who are most likely responsible for the leather onesie. Although, there’s something inside of me that screamed Jean Paul Gautier when I saw it. It does seem like the kind of deconstructed/warped business wear he was presenting this fall.

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    • I think the credits read that it’s from Yves Saint Laurent. The only other credit in the text I can make out is Agent Provocateur who are most likely responsible for the leather onesie. Although, there’s something inside of me that screamed Jean Paul Gautier when I saw it. It does seem like the kind of deconstructed/warped business wear he was presenting this fall.

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    • I think the credits read that it’s from Yves Saint Laurent. The only other credit in the text I can make out is Agent Provocateur who are most likely responsible for the leather onesie. Although, there’s something inside of me that screamed Jean Paul Gautier when I saw it. It does seem like the kind of deconstructed/warped business wear he was presenting this fall.

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    • its the blackface make up. white people used to this kinda things many years ago as a sorta way to mock or imitate black people. so people sees this as racist somehow. i honestly, have no comment bout it.

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    • its the blackface make up. white people used to this kinda things many years ago as a sorta way to mock or imitate black people. so people sees this as racist somehow. i honestly, have no comment bout it.

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    • its the blackface make up. white people used to this kinda things many years ago as a sorta way to mock or imitate black people. so people sees this as racist somehow. i honestly, have no comment bout it.

      Reply

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