Model Mondays: Kaleidoscopic Karlie Kloss

There is nothing like a great brand, but brands are not limited to mere clothing. The Supermodels who grace the catwalks during each seasonal showcase represent an entity all their own that transcend the collections they fashion. Big names like Naomi Campbell, Veruschka, Giselle Bündchen, or Kate Moss became their own sought out identities in the fashion industry to model the latest and greatest garments. Like any true lover of fashion we adore particular designers just as much as we adore those who model them.

Our first Model Monday feature goes to the American beauty Karlie Kloss. Orignally from Chicago and then later from St. Louis, Kloss was scouted at a mall charity fashion show for a friend who was battling cancer. Currently she is signed and represented by six different agencies all around the globe. Known for her grace on the runway, the former ballet student has been a hot commodity in the industry. Indeed, she walked for over thirteen designers during New York Fashion Week this past February which included big names like Michael Kors, Anna Sui, Oscar de la Renta, and the legendary Diane Von Fürstenburg. has ranked her at #7 among the Top 50 Models and #28 among The Money Girls– rankings she will hold onto for quite some time. See her go from fierce to feminine below!

Do you have a Model to suggest for our upcoming Model Monday? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and we just might feature them!


Kloss featured above in Coach’s new Spring/Summer 2014 campaign. Don’t forget to check out Queen Bee of Beverly Hills and view our Spring collection!


Stunning and stoic for Frame Denim in June 2013.


Ethereal and carefree in Donna Karan’s Spring/Summer 2013 line.


Flirty and fun in Bally’s Fall/Winter 2011 campaign.


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