Young and free, Karlie Kloss

The life of a model is a strange one, flitting between youth and adulthood with the metamorphosing swish of a makeup brush and wardrobe change. We doubt it’s escaped anyone’s attention that Karlie Kloss, darling of the modelling world, has grown up of late. But that’s not to say she can’t play both roles with equal conviction. Scooped up by Free People for their latest campaign, Karlie is firmly back in youthful, carefree, fun territory. And with every pose she does the clothes perfect justice.

karlie kloss for free people

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Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign
Karlie Kloss: Free People January '12 campaign

For more of Karlie Kloss for Free People, click on the gallery above.

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