Karlie x Muse – Karlie Kloss graces another cover with the spring 2013 issue of Muse Magazine. Photographed by Mariano Vivanco with styling by Beth Fenton, Karlie moves seductively in this black and white film.
Esto es Hollywood – Following up her cover, model Karlie Kloss heads to Hollywood in Gucci’s spring 2013 collection for the February edition of Vogue Spain. Lensed by Alexi Lubomirski with styling by Belén Antolín, the American beauty poses in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art wearing elegant looks from the Italian label. / Hair by Peter Gray, Make-Up by Tyron Machhausen
Unconventional Chic – Karlie Kloss goes solo for the spring 2013 campaign from Lacoste. The French sportswear brand celebrates its 80th anniversary this year, and who else better than the leading model to front its latest advertisements? Karlie poses for David Sims with shapely styling by Jane How for the new season. (10 Magazine)
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.
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.”