She has also been a prestigious "semi-exclusive" for Prada, meaning she could not walk any other shows during New York fashion week or any shows in Milan before the Prada show.
Stone was one of the models chosen to be in one of the fourteen covers of V magazine September 2008 issue.
Founded by Princess Marcella Borghese nearly 60 years ago, the brand’s core values could not be more relevant: Italy, Rome, Borghese, Princess Marcella, Style, Italian Spa Culture and Mud.
Borghese combines the tradition of classic Italian beauty and modern sensibility in its collection of skincare and color cosmetics.
Southerners have more dark hair and dark skin tone.
And all the italian women are combined with stunning smiles.
Italian top model, who signed with DNA Model Management in New York City soon after graduating high school.
She became one of the favourite models of Karl Lagerfeld, featured on the cover of Vogue several times and walking in many high fashion runway shows.
In the wake of World War II, Italy’s fashion designers established themselves as mold-breaking talents who placed an emphasis on exquisite tailoring and wearability; ideology that remains definitive in modern women’s fashion.
That is why the Italians are mostly dark-skinned, smiling, slender, democratic in choosing clothes and open for communication.
The secret of italian charm is in jerky movements, self-love, positive thinking and a willingness to share other people's joys and sorrows.
The New York Times' fashion critic Cathy Horyn named her the "anti-model" in her On the Runway blog; describing her as not your typical catwalk android with her gapped front teeth, stunned expression, and Lurch walk, which can be attributed to her small size 7 feet – catwalk shoes are at least a size larger.
Stone has opened shows for Giles Deacon, Isabel Marant, Christopher Kane, Fendi, and Max Mara, and closed for Chanel, Diesel, Marc Jacobs, Stella Mc Cartney, and Balmain.