"The summer before my senior year I was taking some college classes," Stone told InStyle of her Saegertown Area High School yearbook photo. "I also gained some weight, got hips and bought some cool white jeans and ankle-high suede moccasin boots with fringe that I thought were fabulous! Instead of the geek, I came back in my new 'I've been to college' look."
"I'm more interested in style than fashion," the woman who launched a craze with a single Gap turtleneck once told InStyle. And while her couture ties are as strong as a bound seam, the clothes, the jewels and that diva-red lipstick all exist to serve Ms. Stonenever the other way around. Billy B. "Sharon's a dream client," said makeup artist Billy B. "She's very adventurousshe has lots of opinions. She makes amazing cinematic references, like, 'I want a hot, New Orleans, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof look tonight.'" Stone credits the beauty guru with freeing her up to have fun with makeup. "He has taught me not to be afraid that my face is changing," she told InStyle. "I don't care about trends. I want to enjoy what's happening and be inspired, sexy and present in the moment."