Karlie Kloss & Patricia van der Vliet by Max Vadukul for Vogue China November 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published October 15, 2010

Karlie Kloss and Patricia van der Vliet prove that opposites attract with Vogue China’s November cover shoot. In front of Max Vadukul’s (Art Department) lens, the brunette and blonde duo sport crimson ensembles curated by Nicoletta Santoro in Chic Sauvage. Featuring the work of Dolce & Gabbana, Stella McCartney, Alexander Wang and more, Karlie and Patricia are the perfect mix of svelte beauty and sleek elegance in the alluring spread.








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23 thoughts on “Karlie Kloss & Patricia van der Vliet by Max Vadukul for Vogue China November 2010”

    • completely agree – trying to be asian with real blonde girls and just throwing in a couple of bobs and red and black clothes. How literal…yawn….

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  1. ooh my god, what the fuck is the point, in vogue china, of getting n american model and trying to make her look chinese? GET A CHINESE MODEL

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  2. ooh my god, what the fuck is the point, in vogue china, of getting n american model and trying to make her look chinese? GET A CHINESE MODEL

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