Karlie Kloss by Arthur Elgort for Vogue Japan September 2011

Joanna Elizabeth


Published August 30, 2011

Patterns of the City – A mod Karlie Kloss takes to the New York City streets for the September issue of Vogue Japan. Captured by Arthur Elgort and styled by Giovanna Battaglia, Karlie goes from walking the dog to pushing the baby’s stroller in colorful looks from Alberta Ferretti, Lanvin, Prada, Calvin Klein and others.

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23 thoughts on “Karlie Kloss by Arthur Elgort for Vogue Japan September 2011”

  1. She looks like Taylor Swift — I’ve never been into Karlie, and I couldn’t put my finger on it until just now!

  2. The styling really is fantastic, and the “domestic” twist is refreshing (what with the the dog and baby carriage and portfolio).

  3. three comments, 1) her legs are the definition of perfect, and 2) I wish people would try some different things with her, I feel like the editorials seem very similar, safe, friendly, jumping across the picture, smiling…yawn, she has so much more potential than these commercial gigs, 3) her legs are perfect, wait did I already say that?

  4. “crap!  we totally forgot that we have a shoot today and we don’t have any ideas!” 

    “That’s ok.  Let’s just get Karlie to jump, push a baby pram and walk a dog – it’ll be fine”

  5. Pure American fantasy – looks like any number of identical shoots featuring Angela Lindvall about 10 years ago.

  6. This reminds me of Mademoiselle. I used to love their real-life scenario fashion editorials — it made being an adult look like fun!

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