Woman of Style: Karlie Kloss

Twenty-four-year-old Karlie Kloss is a fashion designer’s dream. Her 6’2″ frame make her a standout on the catwalk. Her “girl next door” good looks can be glammed up with a few strokes of a makeup brush. Her everyday style is effortless and her Red Carpet looks are stunning. All of these reasons, and more (keep reading below), are why she is this month’s “Woman of Style.”

I received my June 2017 issue of InStyle magazine on Saturday, and Karlie Kloss is gracing the cover in a stunning red Oscar de la Renta dress. The article inside, by Laura Brown, InStyle’s Editor-in-Chief, was great. A few years ago, Ms. Kloss became interested in coding and met someone who started the Flatiron School. Anyone who has read anything about Ms. Kloss has heard about “Kode with Klossy“, a program to inspire young girls to learn coding and enter the tech world. From there, she partnered with Flatiron School and Code.org to offer a scholarship named Kode with Klossy for young girls interested in computer science and software engineering. In between that and modeling, she is also taking classes (feminist studies) at NYU.

Ms. Kloss may be one of the highest paid supermodels of her generation. Her street style is also quite on pointe!

Check out her “model off-duty” style. Her style is classically chic in this black and white combo.

Ms. Kloss work hard and she works out just as hard. To keep in shape, she loves running, boxing, ballet, and taking boutique classes. She has to stay in shape in order to fit into all those beautiful clothes she wears on the catwalks and on the Red Carpets, as pictured below, especially if she’s going to be flashing some skin or wearing body hugging outfits.

Ms. Kloss has slayed the Met Gala with three different looks in the past three years. In descending order from this year to 2015, she has showcased three totally different looks and yet crushed all three with style.

Ms. Kloss just seems like the nicest, friendliest and one of the most graceful young ladies of her generation. I keep saying “her generation” because I am almost 20 years older than her, but I can {and do} still look to her for style inspiration. I also admire her for what she is doing with Kode with Klossy. She is a role model for women everywhere.

{Images borrowed from 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7 // 8 // 9 // 10 }

Modeling. Coding. College Student. Acting. Cookie maker. Yep, you read that right, except Ms. Kloss spells it “kookie”. She pioneered the whole “cookies for breakfast” trend when she teamed up with Momofuku Milk Bar chef and owner Christina Tosi to make “The Perfect 10” cookie, a gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free baked good. They sell for $25-per-tin, but here’s a DIY recipe that you can make that tastes almost as good!

What is your favorite Karlie Kloss fashion moment?

Yours Truly,

{Featured Image borrowed from Sunshine Karlie Kloss}

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