In our second installment of year-end thinking, we ask you, which models do you think will be famous in 2009? Britt's picks: Lara Stone: So maybe she's been around for a bit, but she's just now sort of everywhere. Is it weird that I hope Carine's Loving-Lara issue puts her on Hollywood's radar? Gemma Ward: You probably think she's famous already, but one more movie role and even my mom can add her to the list of current girls she knows - currently composed of just Stam and Agyness. Natalie's: Arlenis: For the obvious reason of her becoming one of the new faces for Lancome and one of the VS girls, which means you won't be able to click or turn a page without seeing her face very soon. Lily Cole: Again, you might think she's famous, but I think even my non-fashion friends will know Lily's face once The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus and Phantasmagoria hit the big screen in the next year. So, who'd we miss?
Lara Stone Admits She Doesn't Like "Most" of Her Body, Says She'd Love to Be in Zoolander 2
Here's a sad statement on women and body image: even Lara Stone, the Dutch supermodel who arguably has one of the most incredibly perfect bodies on the planet, says she's not fond of "most of it." Or maybe it's reaffirming? Supermodels, they're just like us? "Like most women, I have days where I feel like today I'm not leaving the house - you know days where you've got a spot on your nose or when you've just got off a flight, eaten fish and chips and feel really bloated - that one happens a lot to me," Stone told Vogue UK. "You have to accept yourself though, and accept that there will always be something to worry about. It's much easier just to accept things." So perhaps it's in that vein of acceptance that Stone is willing to poke fun at herself--in a big way.