Lara Stone looks edgy in wet look jacket and thigh high boots at Burberry after-show party

Lara Stone puts on an edgy display in a wet-look jacket and T-shirt dress paired with thigh-high boots at Burberry’s after-show party in London

The British brand originally planned to present its SS23 line on September 17, but canceled the show following the Queen’s death on September 8.

And, Lara Stone put on a fashion-forward display in a wet-look jacket and T-shirt dress paired with thigh-high boots at Burberry’s after-show party at Twenty Two in London on Monday night.

The Dutch model, 38, looked like a rocker in her fierce black and white ensemble, after attending the designer’s show earlier today.

Edgy: Lara Stone, 38, put on a daring display in a wet-look jacket and T-shirt dress paired with thigh-high boots for Burberry’s after-show party at Twenty Two in London on Monday

Lara’s oversized sleeveless T-shirt dress featured a gothic-style white lettering on the chest.

The model left a glimpse of her thin pins exposed where her sexy leather boots brushed her thighs.

Making sure to keep the autumn chill at bay, Lara donned a shiny wet-look jacket, while stuffing her belongings into a studded pouch.

To finish off her biker look, the beauty accessorized with large hoop earrings and a splash of lipstick.

Fierce: The Dutch model looked like a rocker in her fierce black and white ensemble

Sexy: She left a glimpse of her slender pins exposed where her sexy leather boots brushed her thighs

Fierce: The Dutch model looked rocker in her fierce black and white ensemble and left a glimpse of her slender pins exposed where her sexy leather boots brushed her thighs

Maximizing her outing: Carrying her wet-looking jacket over her arm, Lara received help as she descended the stairs

Maximizing her outing: Carrying her wet-looking jacket over her arm, Lara received help as she descended the stairs

Earlier this month, Burberry announced that it would cancel its show as a mark of respect for Queen Elizabeth II.

The brand had worked with the monarch, having received a Royal Warrant in 1955 and was one of Her Majesty’s favorite ‘waterproofs’.

In a statement, Burberry said: “It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen.

‘Out of respect, we have taken the decision to cancel our Spring/Summer 2023 show which was due to take place on September 17 in London. We hope to see you in the near future.’

Beautiful in leather: Lara Stone looked sensational in an all-black ensemble

Edgy: The model strolled outside the show

Beautiful in leather: She looked sensational in an all-black ensemble

London Fashion Week kicked off as planned on September 16, but was scaled back as the country went into a period of official mourning.

In addition to Burberry, fashion house Raf Simons canceled its show as a mark of respect for the Queen.

A statement from the British Fashion Council said: “London Fashion Week is a business-to-business event and an important time for designers to show their collections at a specific time in the fashion calendar, we recognize the work that goes into this moment.

“Therefore, shows and collection presentations may continue, but we ask creators to respect the mood of the nation and the period of national mourning by considering the timing of their image releases.”

Fabulous friends: At the fashion show earlier today, Lara posed with Burberry CCO Riccardo Tisci

Fabulous friends: At the fashion show earlier today, Lara posed with Burberry CCO Riccardo Tisci

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