Karlie Kloss: portrait of a whimsical youth

Karlie Kloss’ cover for Harper’s Bazaar Russia felt particularly youthful and school-girl inspired to us when we laid eyes on the messy braided buns she was sporting. Inside the pages, Natalia Alaverdian’s styling and photography cements our suspicions: this is most definitely Kloss as whimsical youth. In argyle socks, graphic print ties, tweeds and tailoring, she’s a portrait of a young girl from another era – perfectly played with wide-eyed looks.

Karlie Kloss harper's bazaar russia

karlie kloss harpers bazaar russia

karlie kloss harpers bazaar russia

karlie kloss harpers bazaar russia

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