i-D 322 – Lara + Laetitia by Daniele & Iango

Posted by stephan | November 19th, 2012


i-D Magazine‘s Wise up issue exclusive preview: Lara + Laetitia

Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi’s larger than life images of supermodels for i-D were a stunning tribute to the beauty of fashion’s most epic beauties, and the saga of the series conceptualized by legendary hair stylist Luigi Murenu continues with two more legendary names captured in sleek style. The queens of curvature, Laetitia Casta and Lara Stone, feature in Daniele and Iango’s latest images, their sumptuous beauty a feast for the eyes. Brace yourself for something special and get an exclusive first look at the covers – only in MDX.

i-D Magazine #322 / The Wise up issue will be out on newsstands later this week.
Catch more of i-D’s Wise up issue at www.i-donline.com

Models Lara Stone and Laetitia Casta at IMG

Photography Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi
Fashion Director Charlotte Stockdale
Concept Luigi Murenu
Hair Luigi Murenu using John Frieda
Make-up Stephane Marais at L’Atelier


Laetitia wears jacket Alexander McQueen spring/summer 12. Body jewelry Erickson Beamon. Stockings Virginia’s Vintage. Knickers and camisole Harlette. Gloves Deborah Woolf Vintage. Bracelet Tom Ford.


Laetitia wears dress Christian Dior Haute Couture spring/summer 12. Gloves Steph Aman. Stockings Deborah Wolf. Bracelet Jade Chiu.


Laetitia wears jumpsuit Chanel. Bra Bordelle. Necklace David Morris. Flowers Legeron.


Laetitia wears top Fendi. Bra Angels Vintage. Garter Harlette. Necklaces Laura Lee. Stockings Virginia’s Vintage. Flower Basia Zarzycka. Gloves Masha Ma. Rings Ruth Tomlinson. Shoes Rellik Vintage.


Laetitia wears dress Gucci. Bra Damaris. Stockings Deborah Wolf Vintage. Necklace Lanvin. Rings Ruth Tomlinson. Flower Legeron.


Lara wears gown Agent Provocateur. Necklaces Laura Lee. Bracelet and fingertip Cornelia Webb.
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22 Comments

  1. kitkat says:

    Lara will be a beautiful mother.

  2. Ivan says:

    Gorgeous pics! Love it!

  3. Marta Pozzan says:

    Super provocative and amazing pictures

  4. Frankie Youje says:

    This is so great and good.

    Love to see Laetitia.

    Follow me on Twitter. @Frankie_Youje

  5. Cara says:

    Here we go again.. 16 covers for an i-D issue. Grace Coddington alone would have been plenty

  6. Anton says:

    Wooooow…Laetitia is absolutely gorgeous ! Love Lara’s eyes…

  7. Danielle says:

    These 2 women have bodies to die full. Models should have curves and a voluptuous body not looking like they’re starving to death. Go Lara and Laetitia!

  8. David D says:

    This is an example of how out of touch the current i-D magazine is with the world, and more importantly, itself. i-D magazine should be exciting and youthful and risky but now it’s actually less exciting, less raw and less relevant than British Vogue.

    I dont understand who the magazine is created for and what the point of it is. Which is very sad. I think they need to go back and realise their position in the market. Very few 15-25 year olds in the future will claim that they fell in love with fashion & magazines through i-D like previous generations have.

  9. Kass says:

    David I totally agree with you but I guess it’s a global phenomenon not only in fashion productions and commercials but also in media and society….When you look back at the past issues of i-D let’s say around 2005 you can tell how fun, intuitive, well thought storyboarded the editos looked like and how they liked to spotlight talented and inspired creative people were…compared to the current issues which now are boring, cartoonesque looking and souless. Now it’s all about fame and short term buzzing no matter if this ugly

  10. jR says:

    Daniele & Iango………… again!!! It’s just so so boring..

  11. Prabal says:

    OOooohhhhhh what beauties….

  12. TK says:

    Modern day Irina Ionesco. Love it

  13. Robert says:

    I understand Lara is known for her body and nudity is considered artistic, but at what point? Maybe perhaps I’m American, but seeing a vagina in the raw in a photograph just crosses a boundary. A breast fine,…. but not breasts that are just laid out there

    Do I make sense?

    To finish previous conversations, magazines like i-D don’t need a focal point or an audience, it’s to further the creative spirit of fashion through photography and the interviews of fashion insiders. I personally love them because you don’t get that intense marketing scheme and money motive most major mags offer.

  14. Lily says:

    Ok, one more time…. Cover after cover, campaign after campaign, editorial after editorial, L’Oreal contract for over a decade, around 17 years in the business almost non-stop… Why isn’t Laetitia considered as an icon yet?

  15. Lily says:

    I mean, after 17 years or so, she still works more than most of the girls on the top50 and she doesn’t get any recognition.

  16. haid says:
  17. eduardo garcia says:

    I’m glad to see “Americans” finally are taking on some nudity

    I think adds another factor to the editorials, like pushing boundaries, which is the real reasoning behind fashion.

    Welcome to the new era

    eg

  18. milex says:
  19. WOWZA CHILD says:

    Nice boobies :)

  20. Nádia says:

    Mesmerizing! too sultry beauties! The styling is so rich and voluptuous!

    My Fashion Insider

  21. Shaneka Crosby says:

    Niccccceeee, but could be better!!!!!!! I want try now :)

  22. Justina says:

    Lara is very beautiful.

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