Karlie Kloss by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue US September 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published August 19, 2010

Peter Lindbergh continues his victorious return to Vogue US with a New York City based story starring Karlie Kloss. Sporting an array of tweed, tartan and jackets, Karlie runs around the city in sharp ensembles styled by Tonne Goodman.













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36 thoughts on “Karlie Kloss by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue US September 2010”

  1. I'm not usually a fan of Tonne Goodman's styling; his eds lack the creativity of Grace's… neways, I enjoyed this, Karlie looks so mature, and while the styling still leaves much to be desired, that last image is amazing style wise

  2. I'm not usually a fan of Tonne Goodman's styling; his eds lack the creativity of Grace's… neways, I enjoyed this, Karlie looks so mature, and while the styling still leaves much to be desired, that last image is amazing style wise

  3. When Peter Lindbergh is firing on all cylinders, the stories he shoots are as good as it gets. It's refreshing to see editorials that have story content, the element of place (landscape) in which subjects breathe and live, and movement.

  4. When Peter Lindbergh is firing on all cylinders, the stories he shoots are as good as it gets. It's refreshing to see editorials that have story content, the element of place (landscape) in which subjects breathe and live, and movement.

  5. Wow she's so tall ! If I saw her walking on the streets, I would be like "Whoa, beauty from other worlds !!!"

  6. Wow she's so tall ! If I saw her walking on the streets, I would be like "Whoa, beauty from other worlds !!!"

  7. Love the juxtaposition of high fashion against a more "common" city backdrop, with people in everyday clothes.

  8. Love the juxtaposition of high fashion against a more "common" city backdrop, with people in everyday clothes.

  9. this is a great story, but i am really getting tired of seeing Karlie everywhere….vogue needs to start using more interesting different faces in each issue instead of all the usual ones…

  10. this is a great story, but i am really getting tired of seeing Karlie everywhere….vogue needs to start using more interesting different faces in each issue instead of all the usual ones…

  11. I'm not sure how I feel about Karlie being in all of these fabulous clothes and then the people around her being in normal dress. It's refreshing to see a model not alone and with people–but it's just off and she looks like she dropped in from another world–it's like doing Shakespeare in Elizabethan English, but then have the main character speak in an American accent. It's a stylistic choice, I understand, but I'm not sure I like it.

  12. I'm not sure how I feel about Karlie being in all of these fabulous clothes and then the people around her being in normal dress. It's refreshing to see a model not alone and with people–but it's just off and she looks like she dropped in from another world–it's like doing Shakespeare in Elizabethan English, but then have the main character speak in an American accent. It's a stylistic choice, I understand, but I'm not sure I like it.

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