Lara Stone, photographed in Rancho Mirage, California – Perhaps the US Editors of fashion magazines have listened – because we no longer see these annoying Hollywood actresses on the cover of every single fashion magazine. Finally, a real woman. Finally, fantastic photography and that’s said for both Vogue and Vanity Fair.
Dutch Bombshell Lara Stone will be gracing the pages of Vanity Fair photographed by Norman Jean Roy in Rancho Mirage, California. During an interview for Vanity Fair, Stone says “I’d quite like to be a Bond girl—an evil one,” she says. “I think I could pull that off. And maybe I’d like to be in Zoolander 2 as well—the first one is, like, the best film ever, and it’s very true.”
Vanity Fair Spotlights Lara Stone
A teenage Lara Stone, who had been working at a McDonald’s in her native Holland, was on vacation with her family in Paris when she was approached about becoming a model. “In 1999, I did a model competition in Holland and I didn’t win, and then at 16 I was expelled from high school, and that’s when I went to live in Paris,” says Stone, now 27. She didn’t walk her first Paris runway, however, until 2006 (for Givenchy), but soon thereafter her star exploded and she became the exclusive face of Calvin Klein. Now her annual income is nearly $5 million, and she spends half her life on a plane.