Supermodel Lara Stone for our September Issue
Lara Stone, the iconic Dutch supermodel, who believes that “individuality is a necessity”, will be taking centre stage as THE SHOP’s curator from Wednesday 2nd September.
NOT JUST A LABEL | THE SHOP is now proud to introduce Lara Stone as the host of its curated online store during the month of September. Starting in the fashion industry at fifteen to now opening prestigious designer shows, Lara’s sartorial saturated life will ensure that her choices represent what she is most celebrated for; fierceness of personality and strong individualism.
Recently named by W Magazine as “the most wanted face of the moment”; Lara Stone has graced dozens of catwalks from Louis Vuitton to Prada to Marc Jacobs while her ad campaigns are endless, ranging from Calvin Klein to Max Mara.
Her beauty has exploded on a multitude of magazine covers, including Vogue, Elle, V Magazine and i-D.
Most famed for her voluptuous figure, large lips and gapped front teeth, her distinct appearance marks a refreshing anomaly and striking originality in the stiflingly conformist model sphere.
The September Issue of NOT JUST A LABEL.com’s revolutionary shopping experience will be bigger than ever. NJAL’s THE SHOP will continue asserting its avant-garde mark on the fashion world, but with a bigger Autumn/Winter collection and an even better curator.
For the first time designers will be able to offer their pieces directly from their studios around the world, giving them the possibility to sell directly to shoppers on five continents. Hundreds of designer look-books on NJAL will turn into individual online shops in the months to come, providing fashion aficionados with the possibility to access the latest trends.
Lara will bring all this to her role, curating this month’s THE SHOP, at NOT JUST A LABEL. Her selection, available from Wednesday 2nd September, will once again allow emerging designers to offer their exceptional one-off catwalk designed pieces to shoppers in search of a sense of dress that defies the predictability of mainstream fashion.