Karlie Kloss on Growing Pains, Baking & Her Role Model

Posing in pieces by Frame denim, American model Karlie Kloss covers and appears inside the new issue of Net-a-Porter's magazine The Edit. Photographed by Erik Tortensson and styled by Simon Robins, Karlie looks stunning in simple denim designs. Sitting down for an interview with the magazine, Karlie commented on her love for baking, her role model and more.

On her role model, Christy Turlington:

  “I very much admire her and the career she’s had. She’s been able to have longevity, which is so rare. She’s found balance in her life: she has a family, an education and charity work she’s very passionate about. She’s able to do it all.”

On her love for baking:

 "My grandma taught me how to bake, and she also taught me that making food is a way to show love and gratitude. Also, I love to bake things, but then I want to get them out of the house!"

On physically growing so quickly it hurt:

 "I definitely experienced growing pains. I remember my arms hurt, and my legs hurt. I was tired and hungry. I could eat anything I wanted and it would just disappear. I had a very fast metabolism and also I was dancing so much, I couldn't eat food quickly enough to keep up with how fast I was growing."


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