Karlie Kloss On InStyle Magz

Saturday, May 06, 2017

Karlie Kloss rocks a Bottega Veneta dress on the cover of InStyle magazine’s June 2017 issue.


Karlie who chopped her hair before The Met Gala 2017, told about lot of things on her interview with Laura Brown.

The 24 years old beauty captured by Carter Smith and doing some 'superheroes' theme for the photoshoot.



What happens when you’re spent?
I book myself out. I take time. I shut off. I don’t post to social media for a couple of days, and I find that to be really rewarding and healthy. It actually reenergizes me to be able to turn it back on and have fun. We’re multitasking women; we all have a lot going on. But you also have to protect yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally and give yourself time.


Do you think social media makes it harder or easier to succeed?
I think it’s a different ball game. You have to have a strong presence on the runway, schlep around the world to build a book for editorial, work with the right people, and be in the right campaigns. You also have to have a digital presence and brand yourself. Maybe it’s easier to break through now because it’s democratized. It’s not like there are three important people in the fashion industry who are going to say, “Yes, you’re going to be successful.”


What does being a feminist mean to you?
Actually, I’m taking a feminism class at NYU right now. It’s about the political history of feminism, really, since the ’60s and ’70s. The term “feminism” means different things to different people; a lot of people throw it around without really understanding the weight of it because it is layered. Two women can identify as feminists and have wildly different ways of living their lives. I love what Maria Grazia [Chiuri] is doing at Dior. She’s such a powerhouse. Having women in leadership positions is so important. Hopefully it will happen in the White House someday.

Would you ever consider making a run for the White House?

 Never say never, right?


So, we did a superhero shoot together for InStyle. Who’s your real-life superhero?
 My mom, for sure. She battled really aggressive breast cancer when my three sisters and I were young. She survived by the skin of her teeth. I’ve grown up completely idolizing her. She’s so strong.

Were you ever into superheroes?
Wonder Woman, of course! First of all, she’s got great style, hair, and accessories. And I love that she’s fearless. She doesn’t need a man. She’s so independent.

Where would you go if you could fly an invisible jet?
 I would love to be able to fly, period. Being invisible would be amazing. I’m 6'2", so it’s hard to be invisible, but at times I love just being a people-watcher, whether it’s in a café or the places I travel.

Do you have days when you’re not recognized?
I put on a baseball hat and jeans and a T-shirt and nobody pays attention to me. It’s great. I hope that never changes.


When was the moment you knew you’d made it in your career?
 I haven’t hit that moment yet, but when I bought my apartment in New York six years ago, that felt like a major milestone.

So you had a mortgage at 18?
Yeah. All my friends were, like, just getting their driver’s licenses.
“I feel lucky I started working at 15—it’s been almost 10 years. I feel like a geezer!”

What’s something you do every day that would surprise people?
 Indulge in chocolate in some form. Chocolate is my weakness. It’s my Kryptonite.

What’s your favorite thing to do?
Do you cook a lot at home? I love to cook. I love going to the market and getting fresh stuff and just getting creative.


How ambitious are you?
 I want Kode with Klossy to grow. Last summer we had three camps with 20 girls in each one. This summer we have 15 camps in 10 cities and 20 to 25 girls in each class.

What was the last thing you bought for yourself?
I bought this sick handpainted Gucci leather jacket. It was from a special collaboration. My frugal self broke the bank on that one. And also the house. [Laughs]

What’s your favorite thing that you’ve worn out lately?
 It was this cute little Dior sleeveless dress that was just way sexy and athletic. I loved it.


Most important, where are the Target shoes now?
My mom has the first crayon drawing I ever made, so I’m sure those shoes are in a box somewhere in the Kloss attic.




Karlie also appear on Vogue China latest issue's cover











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