Double Kloss

Just when you’ve think you’ve seen every possible incarnation of Karlie Kloss, she pulls another one out of her hat. The teen modeling queen shows up in Vogue Italia and American Vogue this month, sporting two very different looks. In Craig McDean‘s sleek portraits, Karlie sports a jet black crop and some seriously stylish graphic looks created by Camilla Nickerson. For Stephane Sednaoui‘s black and white series, Karlie traipses around NYC with futuristic sunglasses and a towering bouffant.

HAIR Orlando Pita MAKEUP Mark Carrasquillo PRODUCTION Stefan Beckman

FASHION EDITOR Victoria Bartlett HAIR David von Cannon MAKEUP James Kaliardos MANICURE Kristia Konarski

  1. @Josh same here!
    Karlie’s print work usually bothers me, but lately I’m loving it. Her runway walk still makes me want to claw my eyes out though…

  2. She’s beautiful honestly and her paint work is amazing. I think it’s nice I wanted just a little more personality from Karile, her look is so strong that she actually needs to be more posed like SWAG to her pictures.

    Anyways i still love it.

  3. @Dom- I think I like her more because no longer has a baby face, and I think she can pull off this type of discreet sexy now.

  4. The black and white shots are amazing. The color shots look like Elle magazine from the 90’s. Not a compliment. What is happening to vogue?

  5. Really..what’s left for her to do?? The biggest super to come out of America since Erin Wasson. Karlie just does no wrong. If she gets Dior for FW11, u can just stick a fork in me!!!

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