Dark Autumn – Karlie Kloss takes a turn to the dark side for H&M’s fall 2011 lookbook which features grunge and goth undertones. Layering up in knitted sweaters, dramatic trenches and bold pops of color–Karlie brings her all American appeal to the studio images.
Touch the Sky – New York skyscrapers serve as the backdrop–quite literally–to iCB’s spring 2011 campaign starring Karlie Kloss. Photographed by Ryan McGinley with art direction by Doug Lloyd, the images take the clothing’s bold stripes and colors to new heights.
Graphic Play – Karlie Kloss’ energetic personality takes center stage in the May issue of Vogue China. Donning bold graphic prints styled by fashion editor Nicoletta Santoro, Karlie poses for Patrick Demarchelier’s lens in dynamic looks from labels such as Jil Sander, Moschino and Max Mara.
Double Trouble – One of fashion’s hottest duos Jourdan Dunn and Karlie Kloss join forces for Kayt Jones’ high gloss shoot for the spring issue of i-D. Styled by Edward Enninful, Jourdan and Karlie don stripes and color blocking from Prada and Louis Vuitton in the smoldering photographs.
The latest issue of AnOther takes on the spring collections with leading model Karlie Kloss as its star. Captured by Walter Pfeiffer, Karlie sports some of the most colorful looks of the season against standout backdrops featuring the work of Missoni, Prada, Hermes and more.
Following up our first look at Anja Rubik’s cover yesterday, here are the three remaining covers for i-D’s spring 2011 issue starring Lady Gaga, Jourdan Dunn, Karlie Kloss, Tati Cotliar, Shu Pei and Meghan Collison. (i-D Online)
In fashion, we see a lot of modern day pin-ups but Dior’s spring 2011 campaign was the only one this season which brought the ’40s pin-up back to life. Photographed by Steven Meisel, Karlie Kloss dons tropical prints and colors with sophisticated allure.
Karlie Kloss is all smiles for the March edition of Allure in Patrick Demarchelier’s All American. Taking on New York Fashion Week’s most Americana looks from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren styled by Paul Cavaco.
Photographed during the course of New York Fashion Week, Seth Sabal shares a taste of his 2011 portrait series featuring Karmen Pedaru, Karlie Kloss, Alana Zimmer, Sigrid Agren, Jac Jagaciak, Julia Saner, Arizona Muse and Rose Cordero. With these photos, Sabal shows he isn’t afraid to get up close and personal with the eight image preview.
Karlie Kloss returns for yet another season as the face of Oscar de la Renta’s spring 2011 campaign. Photographed by Craig McDean, Karlie is starting to transform from girl to woman in the elegant designs.