Vogue Turkey Takes Karlie Kloss To The Beach In June 2013

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When it comes to delivering body issues, Karlie Kloss just seem to do it better. Than Gisele, in this case. Something about Karlie makes me look at her and think she’s always ready to jump, snap or do a crazy twist. Something. Everything about Karlie is willowy and elastic to my eyes.

Both ladies are beautiful in their own right and I can only look up to them and wish I’d be just a tiny percent fit like they are! But then again, like I always remind myself: it’s their job to look this way (and ours to observe and react). Miguel Reveriego captured Karlie’s quirky spirit and youthful allure in a series of beach photographs hinting back at the 80s glamour and sophistication.

Karlie Kloss Vogue Turkey swimsuit cover

I do have a strong déjà-vu, though, through the laced leather jacket – didn’t Milla wear better? Also: to all those complaining about Karlie’s willowness: nothing about this girl looks negative or sick. She seems full of energy and positive attitude at all times. I can’t go on thinking only about her weight whenever I see her walking down the runway or curving her pose for yet another photo session. Unlike many other waify models, Karlie is like a healthy rubber band, always in the right shape, always ready to jump and dance us to the end of fashion!

Karlie Kloss Vogue Turkey swimsuit

Karlie Kloss swimsuit Vogue Turkey

Karlie Kloss swimsuit Vogue pictorial Miguel Reveriego


#1 Appollonia on 06.03.13 at 11:07 am

Oops, everything Erdogan despise and wants to get rid off….

I don’t like the loud jewellery and the animal print bathing suit. And loves the blue ones nr 2 + 3.

#2 Jac on 06.03.13 at 5:32 pm

I find Karlie Kloss very ugly – if she gained some weight – maybe she would be pretty. It is disappointing that she is the new standard of beauty.

#3 ana on 06.04.13 at 2:53 am

She is one of my favourite models. I love her strutting and her body. Lovely gamine face as well.
Thinners are winners.

#4 Appollonia on 06.04.13 at 10:42 am

Thinners are winners? Well, I am thin, hardly 53 kg. Since I get older I am trying hard to gain some weight. It looks good and fun when one is really young but when one gets older….nah, not so much….worse not at all….not even someone as beautiful as Angelina Jolie looks really good being that thin…..

#5 Jac on 06.04.13 at 2:23 pm

Thinners are winners – LOL – grinners are winners!

Agree with Appollonia – 100%

#6 ana on 06.04.13 at 2:34 pm

Yes, it is easy for a 53 kg girl complain about that…
Ask if a 130Kg woman suffers the same “pain” , both physically and socially.
Sorry girls, I am in the thin team.

#7 Jac on 06.04.13 at 3:27 pm

I am not saying that thin is unattractive. Quite the opposite – a size 0 – 4 is ugly but size 4-12 (depending on height) is better looking to my eye – that is all. 130kg is morbidly obese – & would be horrendous to live that.

Anyway this phoot shoot is a poor man’s Hans Feurer & Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele combo & Karlie’s beauty can’t save it. Just sayin….

#8 Appollonia on 06.04.13 at 3:41 pm

Story of my life……not allowed to feel not good about me being too thin…..It’s not pretty. Not in my mirror(s). There’s no photoshop in the real world either…..
I can assure you I have been attacked, dumped, turned down by men and so on because I am too thin. Nothing helps whatever I eat….

Thinners are not winners……the ones that are satisfied with what they look like are the real winners. That’s what I learnt in the real world.

#9 Appollonia on 06.04.13 at 3:54 pm

And no, I wouldn’t be double that weight either of course…..
But being 60kg? To die for!!! I am over the moon when now and then I see the scale says 55kg……

……back from the scale with all my clothes on and I am not pleased at all: 53,6…..:(

#10 ana on 06.04.13 at 4:07 pm

@ Jac : sorry, you definitely said that : “I find Karlie Kloss very ugly – if she gained some weight – maybe she would be pretty”. Which is absolutely fine for me, I respect your opinion. I only dont agree with that, especially for a model. Besides, I dont think that models are necessarily “ideals of beauty”. They are beautiful for their work. I have a problem with people blaming models for eating disorders. Bad parenting do worse than fashion magazines.

@ Appollonia : I am sorry you suffered that. At my daily life I see thinner people getting better treatment. There is even a study now showing that physicians tend to treat better thin patients than they treat the obese.
It is difficult to me ( EXCEPT in cases of hormone disbalance ) to believe an obese person is doing everything she can to keep a healthy weight. Frankly, I ALWAYS see (whatever the occasion, even at gym ) obese people eating something…

#11 Appollonia on 06.05.13 at 7:59 am

ana, sorry I am exaggerating a bit here. I am not really dumped because being thing but it felt like that. I am not exactly a wallflower and never have been. But attacked for being thin? Oh, yes!! By women on diets…or men who love big breasts….well, I am good at making nasty remarks in return but I do not like it. I hate that!!
Neither do I need treatment for being thin. It’s in my genes. My granny, my mamma, me, my daughter, my (half) sister: all thin!
I am just more comfortable with my body with some kilograms more…to me these 2/3 kg are such difference…

And to be honest, no, I rather not gain that much weight that I need to worry about diets or attend the gym for body issues…..

#12 ana on 06.05.13 at 8:44 am

I understand you girl… i guess we all have been there at some point of our lives, for more or for less pounds.
I told you once, I am not naturally thin. I have a tendency to pile the pounds on my hips :-( But I am glad I found a good balance with work out / eating healthy and occasionally dieting.

#13 ana on 06.05.13 at 8:47 am

and i totally believe you on being attacked for being thin.. my daughter was called anorexic recently. 11 years old! It is cruel.

#14 Appollonia on 06.05.13 at 9:54 am

Sounds familiar! Same happened to me as well as my daughter. It’s indeed very cruel.

Want to hear a cliche story? Just one example? Once at the house of my former in-laws one of my husbands sisters lashed out to me: “why has she the right haircut? Why can she eat everything?” and then she left the room in anger!! Leaving me and everyone else speechless and no one defending me. And in this stiff upper lip atmosphere they get on if nothing had happened at all…..

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