In an interview for Harper's Bazaar US, the iconic Lara Stone talks to Derek Blasberg about her rocky rise to the top, turning thirty, and celebrating a new chapter of her life.
"She lived in an apartment with 10 other girls and skated by doing jobs in secondary markets until she got her big break at 22. Eight years and countless major covers, campaigns, and contracts later, she is still refreshingly awed by how her life has changed since then. "When I stop and think about it—which I don't do very often—I think, This doesn't make any sense," she says. "I look around and see thousands of girls who could have had this career."
Read the full interview here