Kloss sports a similar cover look as Smalls. She’s dressed in white, and shows off perfectly bronzed skin, smoky eyes, nude lips, and über-voluminous locks. Inside the spread, the statuesque model wears fancy clothes by the likes of Proenza Schouler, Louis Vuitton, and Tom Ford, and fancier jewelry by Cartier, Vhernier, Dior, Solange Azagury-Partridge, and Chopard. Unlike in her recent Vogue spread, Kloss is a bit more covered up and a lot less sandy.
W praises Kloss’s 6’1″ frame, calling her an ”elongated, enchanting dragonfly”. Naturally, Kloss self-deprecatingly reveals that it took time to appreciate her height:
“My sisters have always been these gorgeous glamazons, and I’m, like, this tall skinny stick in the family. And I still am the tall girl, even on the runways. Every time I see Karl Lagerfeld, he’s always, like” — she puts on a German accent — “‘Karlie, have you stopped growing yet? Are you taller?’” She laughs loudly. “It used to be something that I really disliked about myself, being tall and lanky, but it turned out to be the greatest asset I have — how uniquely weird I am.”
Sigh, #modelproblems. Check out Kloss’s cover and spread below:
this is some kind of spaceship or something.