The era Americana Manhasset is channeling for their fall 2012 catalogue is immediately clear: this is the 1920s, and Karlie Kloss is the star of the (silent) show.

In a bobbed wig and makeup that accents her already-arched brows, Kloss plays the part perfectly. The title of the campaign is “Speechless” and, if that didn’t give it away, it’s inspired by contemporary silent film The Artist. More of a look at the campaign imagery soon; in the meantime, here are some behind the scenes shots of Karlie Kloss playing with the camera, including a few previously unreleased.

Karlie Kloss behind the scenes Americana Manhasset

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Karlie Kloss: behind the scenes at Americana Manhasset 'Speechless'
Karlie Kloss: behind the scenes at Americana Manhasset 'Speechless'
Karlie Kloss: behind the scenes at Americana Manhasset 'Speechless'
Karlie Kloss: behind the scenes at Americana Manhasset 'Speechless'
Karlie Kloss: behind the scenes at Americana Manhasset 'Speechless'
Karlie Kloss: behind the scenes at Americana Manhasset 'Speechless'
Karlie Kloss: behind the scenes at Americana Manhasset 'Speechless'
Karlie Kloss: behind the scenes at Americana Manhasset 'Speechless'

karlie kloss behind the scenes

The campaign also stars Clement Chabernaud. You can view some more behind the scenes shots at the gallery above, or see a preview of the Americana Manhasset fall 2012 catalogue at that link.

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