Karlie Kloss covers Vogue Turkey clad in leopard print and leather
It seems Karlie Kloss might be an even bigger away from the US. The St. Louis native covers this month’s issue of Vogue Turkey, which is the fourth time this year the model has peered out from the front of an international edition of Vogue (see Japan, Spain, and Australia).
Despite Kloss’ worldwide popularity, Anna Wintour chose Kate Upton, the “American Dream Girl”, for the U.S. edition’s June cover. We’re well aware of hernews-making as of late, but can’t help but feel as if it’s Kloss who has truly earned her stripes. After all, this is the girl who walked over 60 different catwalks in one season at just 15.
We don’t feel too bad for Kloss, especially after seeing how amazing this cover turned out. Katie Mossman’s styling leaves us braced for summer, and also second-guessing if we have enough leather and leopard in our beachwear rotation.
See the gorgeous images below and if you’re craving more Kloss.