The Morning After and the Night Before – For its spring 2013 campaign, French brand Lanvin taps leading models Karlie Kloss, Saskia de Brauw and Daria Strokous for a luxe outing set in the early morning hours. Captured by Steven Meisel, the girls are glamorous in the new season’s tailored and embellished styles with creative direction by Ronnie Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme. Check out the official campaign film under the cut which also features Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz.
Red Hot Girl – Leading model Karlie Kloss enchants on the February 2013 cover of Vogue Spain, wearing a red dress from Gucci’s spring collection. Photographed by Alexi Lubomirski and styled by Belén Antolín, Karlie gives a seductive gaze for the new issue.
Couture La La – Following up the print campaign, Juicy Couture shows star Karlie Kloss in motion for its “Couture La La” fragrance commercial. Directed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, the American beauty enchants against the backdrop of waves, sand and sky in the energetic film.
Karlie’s New ‘Do – Karlie Kloss took the short hair plunge for a feature in Vogue US’s January issue, spotlighting the haircut of the moment. Photographer Patrick Demarchelier captured her journey from long brown tresses to a sheared, rebellious coif.
After appearing backstage at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show with a short hairdo back in November, many wondered why Karlie took the “big chop”, and who wouldn’t cut their hair for Vogue? Hair guru, Garren, who was responsible for the iconic hairstyles of Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington and Amber Valletta amongst others gave the American beauty a short ‘do with a rock and roll inspired edge. “I love it,” Karlie told the magazine. “[A shorter haircut] actually takes the focus off your hair and puts the focus on you. I’m starting to realize that it’s all about confidence.”
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Pink Serenade – Karlie Kloss takes to the beach in ethereal imagery lensed by Patrick Demarchelier for Donna Karan’s spring 2013 campaign. The American beauty enjoys the sand, sunset and water in two dusty pink dresses. (WWD)
Designer Olivier Rousteing and Kasia Struss
Pierre Launch – Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing and Paris based jewelry designer, Aurélie Bidermann celebrated the launch of their collaboration bag, the “Pierre” last night in an event co-hosted by Vogue. The guests included models Constance Jablonski, Karlie Kloss, Kasia Struss and Jac Jagaciak.
Le Mélange Des Genres – Wearing a mix of boyish and feminine looks, leading model Karlie Kloss shows off her androgynous side for the December 8th issue of M le Monde. Photographed by Daniel Sannwald (Management Artists) with styling by Aleksandra Woroniecka, Karlie gets swathed in the designs of Balenciaga, Lanvin, Dolce & Gabbana and Mugler amongst others in this eclectic series of portraits. / Hair by Tomo Jidai, Makeup by Romy Soleimani
Mercedes-Benz Style – Karlie Kloss is the latest model to star in Mercedes-Benz’s fashion campaign for the upcoming autumn-winter 2013 shows. With art direction by Jefferson Hack, Karlie poses in a billowing Chloé dress against a breathtaking natural backdrop of rocky canons and yellow grass. A white horse and the Concept Style Coupé are her only companions in the dreamy image lensed by Ryan McGinley.
Design Star – The latest designer collaboration comes from luxury retailer Neiman Marcus and Target. Karlie Kloss, the face of the campaign was captured by Craig McDean in a video where she prances and preens. 24 American designers created affordable fashions for the collection which hits Target and Neiman Marcus stores on December 1st.
A Delicate Balance – The winter issue of T Magazine travels to Nicaragua for a cover shoot starring top model Karlie Kloss posing in the country’s majestic landscape. Photographed by Ryan McGinley, Karlie stuns with the understated style of fashion editor Sara Moonves featuring resort looks from labels such as Chanel, Balenciaga, Salvatore Ferragamo and Chloé. / Hair and makeup by Holli Smith
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