New York Style – Photographed in New York City, the fall 2013 advertisements from Coach taps top models Karlie Kloss and Liu Wen for a series of images capturing the attitude of the Big Apple. The campaign was photographed by Craig McDean and styled by Karl Templer. Autumn looks such as knitted scarves, cozy sweaters and tweed skirts have us looking forward to the cooler weather!
Designer Fall – Swedish fashion giant Lindex taps Karlie Kloss to star in a campaign for its Matthew Williamson collaboration. The Victoria’s Secret Angel is also joined by the British designer himself in a series of studio images lensed by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by Veronique Didry of Vogue Paris. The ads are also for a good cause; the collection will be available in Lindex stores on October 4th and 10% of the sales will be donated to help fight breast cancer.
Dreaming of Karlie – Spanish weekly S Moda features Karlie Kloss in its September 14th edition. The fashion spread was photographed by Eric Guillemain of 2b Management and stars Karlie wearing the latest from the fall collections of Loewe, Salvatore Ferragamo, Louis Vuitton and more. Leticia García and Francesca Rinciari worked on styling for the shoot which features autumn trends including plaid, stripes and lingerie inspired looks.
CR Fashion Book #3 Covers with Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski
CR #3 – Carine Roitfeld’s bi-annual fashion magazine CR Fashion Book (which has a starring role in the upcoming “Mademoiselle C” documentary) is getting ready to launch its third issue on September 12th. The publication features models such as Karlie Kloss, Natasa Vojonovic and Irina Shayk. Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski of “Blurred Lines” video fame appear on the cover while there are fashion features shot by Tom Ford, Sebastian Faena and Bruce Weber. Roitfeld also photographs for the first time with a tribute to the opera singer Farinelli. Look below for more previews from CR.
Off the Runway – For its September catalogue, Free People taps a mix of models and bloggers for a series of images inspired by street style snaps. Models like Karlie Kloss, Crystal Renn, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Ajak Deng, Aline Weber and more are joined by top bloggers including Rumi Neely, Alexandra Spencer, Natalie Suarez, and Dylana Suarez. The group flocks to the streets of downtown NYC in images lensed by Anna Palma, Phil Oh and Greg Kessler featuring a mix of bohemian and rock ‘n’ roll style.
Bali Princess – The summer 2014 campaign from Animale star the always gorgeous Karlie Kloss. The American beauty poses for Henrique Gendre in the dreamy campaign as she poses in designs inspired by the island of Bali. Clothes this season are all about fluidity and drapery paired with bold prints and clashing patterns. Check out Karlie in motion in the behind the scenes video here.
The Cool of Autumn – We bring you an exclusive look at French label Iro’s fall-winter 2013 campaign starring the one and only Karlie Kloss. When you think of Iro, you think of contemporary cool, and Karlie certainly evokes that image in these black and white studio snaps lensed by Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer. The American model sports motorcycle jackets, plaid shirts and fitted pants in the new advertisements with a chic and shaggy hairdo.
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Making Music – Karlie Kloss poses with a guitar on the July 2013 and Music Issue cover of Vogue Thailand. The American model poses for David Bellemere with smokey eyes and tousled tresses in the studio snap. The new issue of Vogue hits stores on June 28th.
Dark Matters – Karlie Kloss is back again for the fall 2013 campaign from Jean Paul Gaultier. The American model’s last turn for the brand was for the fall 2012 season. This time around, Karlie rocks a skin-tight, vixen-y and leather look in the black and white imagery lensed by Stephane Sednaoui. / Art direction by Babeth Djian