Lara Stone Returns To Work Following The Birth Of Her Baby Boy

The supermodel has landed an exciting new role working with L'Oreal. See her stunning shoot right here...

Lara Stone is returning from maternity leave to join forces with L’Oreal for an exciting new role as the beauty brand’s global spokesperson.

The supermodel, who welcomed her first child, a baby boy, with David Walliams back in May, will follow in the footsteps of Beyoncé, Doutzen Kroes, Eva Longoria, Cheryl Cole, Freida Pinto and Julianne Moore.


Lara has barely been seen on the red carpet since giving birth to her son. While she was happy to parade her huge bump on the red carpet at many a showbiz or fashion bash, since becoming a mum she’s swapped the catwalk and London night life for the role of domestic goddess at home.

She says today: ‘I am so flattered to join L’Oreal Paris. Getting the chance to say “You’re worth it” to women around the world is a great honour. L’Oreal Paris is a brand that has always understood that beauty and personality go hand in hand. I totally identify myself to the brand values considering my own history and career. Beauty is something you invent for yourself. It’s a powerful way of claiming who you really are.’

The model is no stranger to huge ad campaigns – she showed off her incredible body for Calvin Klein and has graced the cover of every major fashion magazine.

Cyril Chapuy, L’Oréal Paris Global Brand President added: ‘Lara is a real modern icon. Her rebellious, edgy sensual beauty has made her so strong and successful. Yet, she remains incredibly genuine, true, sensitive and super fun. I love her iconoclastic style and the way she distinguished herself on every single Fashion show she walked for. We are thrilled to welcome this exceptional woman and young mother to our brand.’

Welcome back, Lara. We’ve missed you.

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