Lara Stone certainly isn't shy about her body. She and her sisters in supermodeling recently appeared naked in the third issue of LOVE Magazine. Now the gap-toothed beauty is back at it for the March issue Interview magazine, which also contains an interview by Marc Jacobs. The two talked about commitment--Stone recently became engaged to British comedian David Walliams and Jacobs may or may not be married to his partner Lorenzo Martone --and their experiences in rehab. NSFW photos of Stone below.
JACOBS: You're madly in love, I hope.
STONE: I am madly in love. I've never been happier.
JACOBS: When did you two meet?
STONE: Just in May of last year, so it's all pretty soon.
JACOBS: Have you started to make wedding plans yet?
STONE: Not so much because I haven't been home at all since we got engaged.
JACOBS: Have you been thinking about what you're going to wear?
STONE: Well, I asked Riccardo [Tisci] to make my dress.
JACOBS: So how did you and David meet?
STONE: We met at a party and then went on a few dates.
JACOBS: What's he like?
STONE: He's wonderful. He's amazing. He makes me laugh. He's a proper gentleman. He's a bit mean but in a good way. I'm happy.
JACOBS: Now, this is a subject-and you can certainly say that you don't want to talk about it-but I know you went to rehab, which is something I've done a couple of times myself. When did you decide to go into treatment?
STONE: It was last year-two seasons ago-during shows. The drinking was getting way out of control. I just didn't recognize myself anymore. I didn't know what I was doing or where I was. I always had to have some drinks with me in my bag. I don't know. . . . Just waking up shaking and then having Bloody Marys on your own, first thing in the morning-I started to feel really pathetic about it. So I was like, "I can't live like this." It was just this really awful feeling of becoming a totally different person and not being able to control it at all. Then I tried to not drink, but that didn't work. So I figured I should just go to rehab. Also, with this job, always traveling on the plane and everything, I thought it would be really difficult to quit on my own because you're always in situations where it's acceptable to have drinks. So I decided right after a show that I was going to go [into treatment]. I Googled a bunch of places, and I found this place that I went to in Cape Town, South Africa, called Stepping Stones. I stayed there for a month. It was really difficult-lots of talking and crying.
JACOBS: I know that experience very well.