Karlie Kloss by Hans Feurer for Vogue Paris March 2012

Joanna Elizabeth


Published February 17, 2012

On the RunKarlie Kloss tries on the sporty trend for size with the March issue of Vogue Paris, shot by Hans Feurer. Styled by Marie Chaix in colorful designs from the likes of Max Mara, Rick Owens, Mulberry and Chanel; Karlie takes to an urban setting in high street looks with a raver-like edge.

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14 thoughts on “Karlie Kloss by Hans Feurer for Vogue Paris March 2012”

  1. This looks exactly like Anja Rubik’s ed for Vogue Paris last year, also shot by Hans Feurer…I suppose it was intentional?

  2. Vogue Paris has become a bit stale imho after Emanuelle Alt took over, so this bold ed is a breath of fresh air! The styling is not commercial but it’s obviously not meant to be, this is what editorials are for in my understanding, to bring fantasy and OTT images to the table. 


  3. er..this is like every single story Hans ever does – I mean its great its just exactly the same though… that cant be intentional?!?

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