Supermodel Lara Stone Just Wants to Be Comfortable, Okay?

The 32-year-old Dutch supermodel Lara Stone prefers jeans, t-shirts and hoodies over sparkly holiday attire.


As a supermodel, Lara Stone’s job includes wearing everything from embellished Chanel couture on the runway, to next to nothing in a Calvin Klein ad campaign. But when she’s off duty, the mother of one prefers the simple combination of jeans and a t-shirt. Her love of casual streetwear is present in her new collaboration with Frame Denim, which consists of a nine-piece capsule collection. “It’s part of my personal style,” said Stone at a celebration for the collection, which was at The Punch Bowl in London’s Mayfair neighborhood and attended by British It girls like Daisy Lowe and Quentin Jones. “I just love being comfortable, so it was a very natural choice for me.”

The collection, titled “Livid Lara,” consists of wardrobe staples like a black hoodie with a white “Lara” graphic; a vintage-inspired, medium rise jean; and a bomber jacket that Stone was wearing for the occasion, paired with a t-shirt, black leather skinnies, and black pumps. The price points are accessible, ranging from $179 for a bold, orange sweatshirt boasting the Frame Denim logo through to $349 for the aforementioned bomber. “I wanted easy and wearable with a cool edge,” she said.

Jens Grede, Lara Stone and Erik Torstensson. Photo by Dave Benett.

Photo by Dave Benett.

It’s perfect timing for this collection to drop–consider it an all-in-one holiday gift guide for the downtown cool girl who prefers casual clothing over sequined, embellished holiday dresses. Also, it’s Stone’s favorite time of year–she loves Christmas. “Since becoming a mother, Christmas has become so much more important to me,” she said. “It’s just so awesome to see the excitement of little kids during this time.” While she hasn’t done any holiday party outfit planning yet—her FRAME collaboration might have her covered—she does plan to wear a celebratory onesie. Now that’s comfortable.

Watch Lara Stone and Freja Beha Erichsen star in a short film by Peter Lindbergh: