Top model and former Victoria's Secret Angel Karlie Kloss was just named to the TIME 100 Most Influential People list. Designer Diane von Furstengerg wrote Karlie's tribute "The model Millennial."
“As a model, a businesswoman, a young philanthropist and a force on social media, she doesn’t just connect with her generation—she leads it, inspiring young women around the world to become the women they want to be, just as she has done so beautifully,” Diane wrote.
Karlie Kloss: Science Geek
Karlie Kloss visited the White House last week, making a celebrated appearance at the White House for the last Science Fair of the Obama Administration. Besides hanging with Bill Nye the Science Guy, Karlie took Facebook fans on a live tour of the outsoor event, spending extra time spreading girl power with impressive yooung ladies showing off their incredible projects. Teen Vogue writes:
Karlie isn’t a stranger to the world of science, either. She took coding classes at the Flatiron School before joining the class of 2019 at New York University this past fall. Last summer she founded Kode with Karlie, a scholarship program that helped 21 young women learn some serious tech skills. And to top it off, she’s launching Kode with Klossy this summer to teach teen girls in New York, Los Angeles, and St. Louis (her hometown) how to code.
Take a look at Karlie Kloss's recent body of modeling work on Anne of Carversville.
Supertalent Karlie Kloss returns as the face of Carolina Herrera’s new ‘Good Girl’ fragrance. Kloss is credited with designing the stiletto-heel bottle, almost as tall as Karlie at 6’2”. ‘Good Girl Dot Drama’ is described as an oriental floral, the scent features notes of jasmine, lemon, bergamot, cinnamon and cashmere.
Season 17 of ‘Project Runway’ premiered on Bravo this week. No longer on Lifetime where the show was hosted by Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, Project Runway 2019 on Bravo is hosted by Instagram hit, supermodel Karlie Kloss, who willingly gave up her Victoria’s Secret Wings and flew the coup to follow her own business-savvy and philanthropist-activist instincts. Think Kode With Klossy tech summer camps.