There aren’t many women that can capture the essence of modeling while still being considered an “anti-model,” but Dutch supermodel Lara Stone is most certainly one of them. Making her debut on the runway for Givenchy in Paris, Stone quickly rocketed through the ranks, landing a spot on the cover of Vouge Paris in 2007. More recently, Stone signed a monumental deal with Calvin Klein, becoming the first model in the history of the brand to be the face for three of it’s brands at the same time: Calvin Klein Collection, ck Calvin Klein, and Calvin Klein Jeans.
Drawing comparisons to another European bombshell in Brigitte Bardot, Stone oozes just enough sex appeal to transfix the eye. In these stunning black and whites from Mario Sorrenti for the November issue of Vouge Japan, Stone looks positively dominant in of dark selections.
But probably the best thing about Lara Stone? She’s rumored to be involved with the sequel to Ben Stiller’s high-fashion parody Zoolander. There’s no doubt she would look great on the silver screen.