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What better way is there to celebrate the fact that Karlie Kloss can now legally drink booze than looking at a lot of pretty pictures of her?
It’s not Karlie Kloss’ official birthday until tomorrow, but it seems like her 21st is well overdue anyway. This is the girl who already owns a house and can’t fit into human-sized furniture. And if we’d planned a party that involved Emma Watson, Derek Blasberg, Giovanna Battaglia, Lauren Santo Domingo and New York’s shiny new Paramount Hotel, well, we wouldn’t want to delay it an extra two days either.
We can’t imagine why you would want to get your photo taken next to Karlie Kloss, Erin Heatherton and Behati Prinsloo after they’ve been poured into tiny bandage dresses. But today some people did just that, and it was weird. At least we think it happened today – this all supposedly went down at Victoria’s Secret Soho, right across the street from our office, and we didn’t notice a thing. Maybe it didn’t happen at all. But it’s on Instagram, which means it definitely happened, so we tried to critique it like we would an event that didn’t feature babies covered with feathers and furniture than may or not even be human-sized.
“We consider what we do a Wizard of Oz situation,” Thomas Bangalter, one half of Daft Punk, told Vogue. Considering that we’re just as intrigued by the French electronic pair as we were by the mysterious old man behind the curtain when we were children, we can get behind this analogy. And since they’re always stirring our curiosity, we especially envious of Karlie Kloss, because Chloé-clad traipsing around New York City with the duo, as well as checking her makeup in one of their metallic helmets, for a Vogue spread is just another day on the job.
We are officially seething with jealousy. Karlie Kloss, you’ve got it too damn good.
The first rule of seeing Karlie Kloss is never stand next to Karlie Kloss. Especially if she’s wearing a leather and mesh mini dress, patent cage sandals and a glossy bob that has our hands automatically reaching for the office scissors.
Like us and Daft Punk, it seems Jean Paul Gaultier is in a bit of a love affair with one six-foot-one, St. Louis supermodel.
It seems Karlie Kloss might be an even bigger sensation overseas than here in the States. The St. Louis native covers this month’s issue of Vogue Turkey, which is the fourth time this year the model has peered out from the front of an international edition of Vogue (see Japan, Spain, and Australia).
See theThe Ultimate Gold Collection Fashion Show it in all its bedazzled glory. Catwalkers like Karlie Kloss, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Alessandra Ambrosio and Roitfeld’s daughter, Julia Restoin Roitfeld were among the lucky ladies who wore hand-selected sparkling garb by some of the biggest names in the game. Not that we’re playing favorites, but don’t miss the male model in a midriff top by Thom Browne.
The Great Gatby is the stuff of dreams for fashion editors looking to the film for inspiration: visually stunning, replete with Prada duds and Tiffany & Co. jewels, and with a great looking cast to boot. So, naturally, the covers have started rolling in in anticipation of the May 10 release date. So far, two Vogue editions have taken their cues from Daisy Buchanan‘s glamorous excesses for this month’s issues, with Vogue Australia casting Karlie Kloss and her era-appropriate bob, and the US version going, predictably, with Carey Mulligan, who will star as Daisy on the big screen. But which cover captures the essence of Gatsby best? Let’s take a look.
We’ve got every look from the MTV Movie Awards red carpet right here, and we’re updating the gallery throughout the night as the stars prance and preen for the photogs, so check back for the very latest!
It’s not warm enough to bring out the bikinis and hit the beach, but that’s not going to stop Victoria’s Secret from shilling two-pieces in Los Angeles.
Dear Lucky Peach: can you do videos like this more often? Because there’s no other publication in the whole wide world that could possibly wrangle Momofuku Milk Bar’s Christina Tosi and Courtney McBroome, Mission Chinese’s Danny Bowien, and supermodel Karlie Kloss into shiny Spandex. (Not to mention the part where they do step aerobics with milk jugs, and Jazzercise at a crosswalk. Oh, they also make Kloss’s new Momofuku gluten-free almond cookies, too.)
The Grammys are here! As we’ve seen time and time before, this is probably one of the more unpredictable and fun red carpets during award season. We’re seriously hoping that no one will follow those silly wardrobe rules, because really, where’s the fun in that? We’ve got every single look from the red carpet right here, and we’ll be updating throughout the night.
NYFW‘s celebrity faces turned out last night to kick off the week at the American Foundation for AIDS Research‘s annual fundraiser and gala.
To say that the fashion industry loves Karlie Kloss‘ not-so-new haircut would be an understatement. We ourselves squealed a little when she chopped off about seven inches and got blunt bangs back in November, and there’s been no shortage of coverage surrounding the models’ tresses. The latest is a piece in the New York Times, which is a few months late on the uptake and doesn’t even include an interview with Kloss herself.
After Hurricane Sandy ravaged the East Coast this past October, Vogue teamed up with the CFDA to raise $1.7 million for relief efforts through their Fashion for Sandy Relief auction, which offered lots like tea with Grace Coddington and an internship stint with DKNY PR Girl Aliza Licht. This month, the magazine is honoring New York’s heroic emergency response teams who got the city back on its feet after the storm, and are still working in the harder hit areas to this day, with a powerful and beautifully-shot editorial in the February issue.
And no, the recipes are not just variations on green salads. They actually sound nutritious and delicious!