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Lara Stone a New Age Wild Child for iD Magazine (photos!)

May Be Her Last Photo Spread Until After Baby

Lara Stone iD magazineLara Stone is pregnant with her first child, so her new photo spread in iD magazine may be the last time she appears in a fashion editorial until after the blessed event. She looks stunning in Gucci as a New Age flower child.

The 28-year-old Dutch model has confirmed she is expecting with British comedian David Walliams, whom she began dating in Sept. 2009. Stone did a stint in rehab for alcohol dependency earlier that year, and the couple got engaged and married in 2010.

London photographers Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi, who go by their trademark Daniele + Iango, were behind the camera for the magazine while fashion director Charlotte Stockdale handled the styling.

Lara Stone Hot New Age Chic

In one image, Stone wears a black lace Gucci dress that plunges down to her hip. Her gloves are by Georges Morland and she wears a stunning David Morris bracelet. The flower she holds in her hand is by Basia Zarzycka.

in another, she wears black Agent Provocateur knickers under a lace Harlette dress open in the front. Her jewelry is by De Beers. She also models an Agent Provocateur black lace gown.

She also models Marina Qureshi and Paul Seville accessories.

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