Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia

Karlie Kloss has posed for the April issue of Vogue Australia and the photos from the shoot are a glamorous love letter to Australia.

In one image, the 24-year-old is photographed at the famous skate bowl at Sydney’s Bondi Beach, wearing what appears to be a play suit or super-short zebra print shorts with a matching top that bares a hit of her midriff.

The beauty flaunts her impossibly long legs in the flattering outfit, and a pair of zebra print shoes completes the all-matching look.

Bondi babe: Karlie Kloss has posed for the April issue of Vogue Australia and the photos from the shoot are a glamorous love letter to Australia
Bondi babe: Karlie Kloss has posed for the April issue of Vogue Australia and the photos from the shoot are a glamorous love letter to Australia

Bondi babe: Karlie Kloss has posed for the April issue of Vogue Australia and the photos from the shoot are a glamorous love letter to Australia

In another snap, the model laughs as she poses with a local man in the water, the swell reaching her bare calves. 

She dons a green, black and white animal print one-shoulder dress with sheer panels that reveal a glimpse of cleavage. 

A matching puffy sleeve is worn on her other arm, making for a very 1980s inspired look. 

Karlie’s spiral curls and long, burgundy tassel earrings complete the retro vibe of the image.

Lucky fella! In another snap, the model laughs as she poses with a local man in the water, the swell reaching her bare calves 
Lucky fella! In another snap, the model laughs as she poses with a local man in the water, the swell reaching her bare calves 

Lucky fella! In another snap, the model laughs as she poses with a local man in the water, the swell reaching her bare calves 

Retro! Karlie's spiral curls and long, burgundy tassel earrings complete the retro vibe
Retro! Karlie's spiral curls and long, burgundy tassel earrings complete the retro vibe

Retro! Karlie’s spiral curls and long, burgundy tassel earrings complete the retro vibe

The American model was in Australia in February to open for the David Jones Autumn/Winter fashion show and was enamored with the country, posting a series of Instagram snaps of local sights. 

She posed for a glamorous photo by Sydney Harbour, wearing a Marilyn Monroe-inspired white cold shoulder shirt and pleated skirt combo. 

Karlie also ensured she’d gotten to as many of Sydney’s famous beaches as possible while in town.

Happy times: Karlie posed for a glamorous photo by Sydney Harbour, wearing a Marilyn Monroe-inspired white cold shoulder shirt and pleated skirt combo
Happy times: Karlie posed for a glamorous photo by Sydney Harbour, wearing a Marilyn Monroe-inspired white cold shoulder shirt and pleated skirt combo

Happy times: Karlie posed for a glamorous photo by Sydney Harbour, wearing a Marilyn Monroe-inspired white cold shoulder shirt and pleated skirt combo

Beach babe: Karlie visited  Bondi Beach, Rose Bay and Tamarama in Sydney
Beach babe: Karlie visited  Bondi Beach, Rose Bay and Tamarama in Sydney

Beach babe: Karlie visited  Bondi Beach, Rose Bay and Tamarama in Sydney

Sunny daze: Karlie took in a spot of paddle boarding at Sydney's Rose Bay during her trip
Sunny daze: Karlie took in a spot of paddle boarding at Sydney's Rose Bay during her trip

Sunny daze: Karlie took in a spot of paddle boarding at Sydney’s Rose Bay during her trip

The model ticked off Bondi Beach, paddle boarding at Rose Bay and taking in some rays at Tamarama.

Taylor Swift’s bestie wasn’t above having some true blue tourist experiences, taking a double-decker tourist bus around the city too. 

She loves it here! Karlie loved her recent visits to Australia and spent a lot of time by the water
She loves it here! Karlie loved her recent visits to Australia and spent a lot of time by the water

She loves it here! Karlie loved her recent visits to Australia and spent a lot of time by the water

 

 

 

 

 

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