Karlie Elizabeth Kloss is an American fashion model. Vogue Paris declared her one of the "top 30 models of the 2000s" when she was 17. Kloss was a Victoria's Secret Angel from 2013 until 2015; she resigned to study at New York University. Models.com has said that Kloss "represents the gold standard of modeling—a girl with the look, the poise, and the drive to take things to the next level," and she ranks on their "New Supers" and "Money Girl" lists. By 2019, she had appeared on 40 international Vogue covers. Outside of modeling, Kloss has an interest in technology and has founded the "Kode with Klossy" camp, which aims to get young girls interested in STEM fields. In 2019, Kloss became the host of the reality competition television series Project Runway.
|Born:||Karlie Elizabeth Kloss, August 3, 1992, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.|
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About Karlie Kloss
Runway model and former Victoria's Secret Angel recognized for her powerful walk. She was named one of the top 30 models of the 2000s by Vogue Paris.
Karlie Kloss Before Fame
She gained some of her earliest modeling experience with Abercrombie & Fitch as a young teen.
Achievement of Karlie Kloss
In 2011, she signed with Christian Dior and appeared in her first Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
Karlie Kloss Family Life
She was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised with three sisters: Kimberly, Kristine and Kariann. She began dating Joshua Kushner, the founder of Thrive Capital, in 2012. She and Kushner got engaged in July 2018; they married in October of 2018.
Associations of Karlie Kloss
Information related to Karlie Kloss
- Kushner family
- Webster Groves High School alumni
- Female models from Illinois
- Jewish female models
- American child models
- Businesspeople from St. Louis
- Converts to Judaism
- American ballerinas
- Jewish feminists
- Missouri Democrats
- Businesspeople from Chicago
- American YouTubers