14:21 EST, 30 March 2014
17:08 EST, 30 March 2014
Karlie Kloss makes modelling look so easy and she certainly knows how to work all the camera angles.
The 21-year-old showed off her skills as she posed in a red tartan getup during a photo shoot for Vogue magazine in London on Sunday.
The two piece knee-length crimson ensemble highlighted her incredibly long legs and featured large bows at the shoulder and waist.
Checked out: Karlie Kloss wore a red tartan ensemble during a Vogue photo shoot in London on Sunday
Karlie was styled in the plaid number which was bizarrely teamed with a pair of men’s black socks and gold lace-up shoes.
Wearing her signature brown chop hairdo, the 6ft 1in stunner wore flawless makeup that enhanced her natural beauty.
In one shot she carried a huge black tote on her arm as a team of stylists attended to all of her beauty needs.
Strike a pose: The 21-year-old carried a large black tote during one of the shots
Primping: A stylist attended to all of Karlie’s beauty needs on set
The Victoria’s Secret runway star struck various poses including placing her hands in the frock’s various pockets.
Karlie leaned against a white wall while twisting her body and head in multiple positions to get the right angle for the photographer.
In a recent issue of Vogue, Karlie revealed how decorating her New York City apartment has really helped her grow as a person.
Effortless: Karlie leaned against a white wall for dramatic effect
Accessorized: The getup featured large bows at the shoulders and waist
‘As models, we’re dressed in everyone else’s designs, but this is my space. It’s definitely been an opportunity for me to learn who I am.’
Karlie enlisted the skills of Oprah-approved interior decorator Nate Berkus to help her customize the townhouse located a few blocks off the Hudson River.
The multi-level Manhattan home boasts a small herb garden and a ‘football-watching room’ where she cheers on her beloved St. Louis Rams.
Working the camera: Karlie made it look so easy as she struck various poses
This socks: Karlie’s red number was styled with men’s socks and gold lace-up shoes
Kloss said: ‘I wanted to mix and match the same way I do with fashion — wearing, say, a beautiful Saint Laurent tailored blazer with an H&M T-shirt.’
For instance, the first-time homeowner has high-end feather wallpaper from Lee Jofa, but more modest drapes from Restoration Hardware.
‘I’m not used to being “me” in a photo,’ the Chicago-born beauty told lensman Jason Schmidt in her favourite room – the kitchen. It’s taking me out of my comfort zone.’
Nonchalant: She posed with her hands in her pockets and looking aloof
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