Docking the ship for spring 2011, the latest collection from Christian Dior mixes sailor fun with 50s pin-ups in a bright and colorful show. Opening with fall’s campaign star, Karlie Kloss, the collection paired nautical prints and flirty silhouettes for a more youthful line than previous seasons. Closing with an array of sheer and billowing gowns, John Galliano brought a sense of island leisure to Paris Fashion Week.
Never a label to shy away from leopard prints or color, the spring 2011 outing from Blumarine includes all the femininity and glam usually expected form the Italian label and more. Setting the tone for the new season, the show opened with Karlie Kloss wearing a leopard number paired with a fringe bag. As the catwalk progressed, tighter and shorter silhouettes made an appearance along with flower adorned shoes for a true seventies inspired collection.
Karlie Kloss photographed by Max Vadukul for Vogue Turkey September 2010
The fall collection from Uniqlo features the casual staples of denim, plaid and cotton with a modern twist. Worn by an all star cast featuring Angela Lindvall, Karlie Kloss and Du Juan, the Japanese retailer’s latest range passes the grade for the upcoming cooler months.
Peter Lindbergh continues his victorious return to Vogue US with a New York City based story starring Karlie Kloss. Sporting an array of tweed, tartan and jackets, Karlie runs around the city in sharp ensembles styled by Tonne Goodman.
Set to be a jam-packed issue, here is our first look at Vogue US September with an editorial shot by the one and only Steven Meisel. Gathering up a group of eclectic all-star models, the six page spread hones in on the nomadic aspects of the fall collections. Styled by Edward Enninful in ornate patterns, luxurious fur and loud accessories, models Liu Wen, Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls, Magdalena Frackowiak, Kasia Struss and Jourdan Dunn come together for We Are the World.
Looking ready to brave any storm, Karlie Kloss serves as the face for Aquascutum’s fall 2010 campaign. Shot by Willy Vanderperre, Karlie is joined by male models Matt Benstead, Jacob Coupe and Tristan Knights in the moody advertisements.
The seventies serve as inspiration for the fall collections from some of fashion’s biggest houses. With its August issue, Vogue US takes a look at the retro trend with Raymond Meier’s Classic Revival. Featuring a blonde Karlie Kloss in Fendi, Chanel and more, the story takes place in the streets of New York as Karlie mingles with passerby in outfits assembled by fashion editor Elissa Santisi.