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'Vogue' Features Plus-Size Models, Lara Stone Poses Nude Post-Baby

Plus, DVF wants to see Stephen Colbert in a wrap dress and other stories you need to see.

Rare is the plus-sized model who appears in Vogue -- but the glossy's website has just featured a series of women of varying sizes in lingerie for a story about bra cup sizes. This comes on the heels of a Calvin Klein ad that sparked a conversation about plus-size models in fashion. {Vogue}

Warning, this Lara Stone nude shoot is gorgeous but NSFW: The unedited photos of the Dutch model were shot by Juergen Teller for System magazine not long after she gave birth to her first son. {Milk Made}

Diane von Furstenberg was a guest last night on "The Colbert Report" and the designer, who was promoting her new memoir and reality show, wasted no time asking why Colbert wasn’t wearing one of her iconic wrap dresses. The designer also talked about how even her kids call her DVF and what makes a man sexy. Her advice: viagra. {The Colbert Report}

If you were in the market for a $24 million watch you’re out of luck: The world’s most expensive time-telling device was auctioned off at Sotheby’s for more than double its previous auction price, $11 million, back in 1999. The piece was made by Patek Philippe in 1932 and is the most complicated watch ever developed without computer technology. Plus, it's the only one of its kind. {WWD}

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