Alisha Buaya For Daily Mail Australia

She recently posed Vogue Australia.

And it seems supermodel Karlie Kloss left a special surprise for the creative and editorial heads of the fashion magazine.

Vogue Editor-In-Chief Edwina McCann has revealed that the 24-year-old stunner left a heartfelt thank you note following her Sydney and Melbourne photo shoots.

Super surprise: Karlie Kloss left a special surprise for the creative and editorial heads of the fashion magazine
Super surprise: Karlie Kloss left a special surprise for the creative and editorial heads of the fashion magazine

Super surprise: Karlie Kloss left a special surprise for the creative and editorial heads of the fashion magazine

She was in Australia in February to open for the David Jones Autumn/Winter fashion show, as well as commitments with Adidas and Calvin Klein.

Karlie wrote to fashion director Christine Centenera and I following the shoot to say how much she had enjoyed the day,’ Edwina said in a report by The Daily Telegraph

‘For me, aside from being delightfully polite, she stands for so many things young women can aspire to,’ the fashion editor added.

With her canine pal: Karlie was in Australia in February to open for the David Jones Autumn/Winter fashion show, as well as commitments with Adidas and Calvin Klein
With her canine pal: Karlie was in Australia in February to open for the David Jones Autumn/Winter fashion show, as well as commitments with Adidas and Calvin Klein

With her canine pal: Karlie was in Australia in February to open for the David Jones Autumn/Winter fashion show, as well as commitments with Adidas and Calvin Klein

 Vogue Editor-In-Chief Edwina McCann revealed the 24-year-old left a heartfelt thank you note following her and fashion director Christine Centenera after Sydney and Melbourne photo shoots
 Vogue Editor-In-Chief Edwina McCann revealed the 24-year-old left a heartfelt thank you note following her and fashion director Christine Centenera after Sydney and Melbourne photo shoots

 Vogue Editor-In-Chief Edwina McCann revealed the 24-year-old left a heartfelt thank you note following her and fashion director Christine Centenera after Sydney and Melbourne photo shoots

Edwina also praised the Chicago-born model for her proactive attitude to life beyond modelling, in particular her coding courses and her scholarship funds.

In a report by Stellar she said: ‘Having role models like Karlie saying computer engineering is cool is changing the whole language around, not just coding itself, but being involved with technology.’

 ‘We realised our audience in Australia was really responding to what Karlie was doing. She was a catalyst for driving us to become involved with this very quickly,’ she added.  

A vision in white: Edwina also praised the Chicago-born model for her proactive attitude to life beyond modelling, in particular her coding courses and her scholarship funds
A vision in white: Edwina also praised the Chicago-born model for her proactive attitude to life beyond modelling, in particular her coding courses and her scholarship funds

A vision in white: Edwina also praised the Chicago-born model for her proactive attitude to life beyond modelling, in particular her coding courses and her scholarship funds

When Karlie is not busy on the runway or from in front of the camera lens, she has her head down in computer coding.

‘It’s been a good challenge. I like having something to focus on outside of fashion; the structure and discipline of school and having deadlines,’ she told Stellar.

The statuesque blonde has set up a Kode With Klossy, a two week program for girls and young women to learn coding with the Flatiron School in New York City.

The April issue of Vogue Australia, featuring Karlie Kloss on the cover, will hit the stands on March 20.

The April issue of Vogue Australia, featuring Karlie Kloss on the cover, will hit the stands on March 20.
The April issue of Vogue Australia, featuring Karlie Kloss on the cover, will hit the stands on March 20.

The April issue of Vogue Australia, featuring Karlie Kloss on the cover, will hit the stands on March 20.

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