How’s that possible? If I only had a hint of what was going to happen, I would have hold on to that Vogue Paris story and today a side by side comparison would have seen the light of Stylefrizz. Oh well…
October 2010 was Lara Stone’s Vogue Paris month – Vogue UK has her on the November 2010 cover, as photographed by Alasdair McLellan (should we expect a Vogue US December 2010 cover? Just for the fun of it). Clearly worlds apart from the unsubtle Vogue Paris cover, Lara Stone’s bleached eyebrows look feels much more familiar. Plus Britain is her official home now, following her marriage, so a next-girl-look was more than appropriate. It’s a good cover, irreproachable, however in no particular way outstanding. In its own posh, quiet way, Vogue UK brings on the celebrity, don’t you think? (click through to discover more images, click here for the gallery!) (photos via)
Lara Stone finally gets British recognition and graces the December 2009 cover of Vogue, the UK edition. She’s photographed by Mario Testino and portrayed as a modern day corseted princess.
Though Lara looks stylish and less racy than her usual explicitness, I have to ask, is there a princess-cliché for the December cover chez Vogue UK? Anyone experiences the same déjà vu I did, remembering Vogue UK December 2008 Kate Moss cover? (you can convince yourself or convince me otherwise by looking at the entire pictorial)
do you really need an über model and a famous photographer to do this kind of cover?? I don’t think so…
I like Lara, think she is great but here she looks unprofessional. her posing is soooooo artificial…
If this is her best picture from the photo shoting, so I can’t even imagine the bad ones.
The photographer didnt help her, sorry.
I have seem better work in the American Next Top Model .
I think they were trying to make her look like a supermodel gone housewife. Or something similar. Either way, they’re doing it all wrong. October’s Cheryl was disastrous, Lara’s November is beyond mediocre. Let’s cross our fingers for December!
yep, it lacks spontaneity…
im not sure I can use the expression “over acting” for a model.
I had my time with Vogue Uk when I lived there. never again, thanks.
its plain boring. mostly, the articles.
and the Moss obsession irritates me..
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