Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW]

Karlie Kloss, the supermodel from St. Louis, has been working since she was 14. She's now 19, and recently, her work has become a little more, well, grown-up. And in modeling, that means one thing: Nudity. First, she showed under-boob, that gateway to further nekkidness, in a magazine editorial. She did the Victoria's Secret show. She shot a beauty story for Allure that included some implied topless photos. She did the Christian Dior show — she's the face of the brand — and wore a mesh dress that fully exposed her naked ass. And now, well: the new issue of Vogue Italia features a 14-page editorial by Steven Meisel, in which for one shot Kloss poses completely nude, but for a pair of stilettos and a sombrero (yeah, there's a hat theme). It's called, naturally, "Body By Kloss." [Models.com]

Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW]

Here are two of the NSFW pictures. If you've gotta go nude, we suppose, going nude for Steven Meisel in a Vogue Italia cover story is pretty cool.


Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW] Here are some images from Terry Richardson 's new book on Lady Gaga . For those of you who appreciate NSFW warnings, we repeat: Terry Richardson . [The Cut ]
Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW] Women's Wear Daily accidentally printed a 13-year-old Twihard's crush note gave Robert Pattinson an A- for the look he wore at the Twilight: Breaking Hymen premiere. [WWD ]
Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW] Ali Lohan will now be referred to as "Aliana" Lohan. Is that clear? She tells Page Six that rumors she's had plastic surgery are unfounded. "I'm 17 years old. That's not legal! I would need my mother's signature, and do you think my mom would sign off on that?" — Uh, well, actually, given that it's Dina, um — "No!" [P6 ]
Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW] Trans model Lea T. is on the cover of the new Brazilian Elle . [DS ]
Andrej Pejic , meanwhile, doesn't like being compared to Lea. "There are similarities between myself and Lea T., and we're placed in the same category, but our look is very different. Lea has been extremely brave in being very honest about her journey — but I don't really see myself as being here to challenge transgender stereotypes. I'm just myself. " [Vogue UK ]
Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW] Luxury watchmaker Cartier has won an injunction against luxury watchmaker Raymond Weil that will prevent the latter from making a watch, right, that a German court found was too similar to Cartier's, left. Blue hands and Roman numerals make a knock-off now? [TFL ]
Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW] Who are these people who are buying $200 bedazzled tweezers ? No, really. Who? [NYTimes ]
Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW] Speaking of expensive things, here is a vintage Roger Vivier shoe. It just fetched more than $26,000 at auction. [WWD ]
Karlie Kloss Just Posed Nude For The First Time [NSFW] This Marks & Spencer bus ad was banned by the British Advertising Standards Authority after public complaints, on the grounds that it objectifies women. After breaking for lunch, the British ASA thought it over, and decided the only consistent thing to do was to therefore ban every ad, ever. [Telegraph ]
  • "I don't like to be on display," says that consummate designer of neon assless cow-print chaps Jeremy Scott. [NYTimes]
  • Thousands of Indian retailers are striking en masse today to protest the government's decision to open up the retail sector to 100% foreign-owned businesses. Previously, foreign companies could be majority owners of stores in India, but they could not be sole owners. Proponents think the new law will do everything from provide jobs to lower inflation, but Indian retailers — especially small business owners — think it's more likely that the arrival of the Wal-Marts and Ikeas of this world will drive them out of business. [WWD]
  • Diane von Furstenberg went to China, where she told a room full of people, "I met my prince, and I married him, but that was not enough. I had to be responsible for my own life." [WSJ]
  • Giorgio Armani says he hates Hollywood. "I hate it. All relationships have been replaced by business." And he sounds strangely wistful for President Bunga-Bunga: "It's hard to believe that Berlusconi simply accepts defeat and steps down….We must not forget that he was a really powerful man; perhaps his resignation is only part of a new project." [WWD]
  • One retailer says West Hollywood's recent ban on the sale of fur is "super annoying." [NYTimes]
  • Model Chanel Iman is renting a private island in Jamaica for her 21st birthday. [Fashionista]
  • Retailers claim they will lose $119 billion to shoplifters this holiday season, but of course retailers would say that. Shoplifting is a small segment of overall retail shrinkage; employee theft and inventory mistakes actually account for most of it. [AdWeek]
  • Good news for all you Lindsay Lohan fans: Kimberly Ovitz is launching a diffusion line. All of the goods will be made of Tencel, and no piece will cost more than $200. [The Cut]
  • An exact replica of Princess Di's wedding dress, created so that she would have a back-up just in case, has sold for $131,000 at auction. [HuffPo]
  • Milan wants to shorten New York fashion week by one day. That'll go over well. [WWD]
  • The designer Charles Nolan died earlier this year, but he wanted his namesake store to remain open. Now his sister runs the shop, and is stocking it with designs by recent FIT graduates and established designer friends of Nolan, which actually sounds pretty cool. [On The Runway]
  • Wal-Mart shoppers in Georgia found three hypodermic needles hidden in clothing at the store. Two people, including a child, were stuck over a seven-day period. [NYDN]
  • Fine jewelry made from melted-down AK47s confiscated from conflict zones in the Democratic Republic of Congo is now a thing that exists. Proceeds go to charity, and at $23,000 for a pair of earrings, they must have a lot of cash. So far, around 4,000 guns have been destroyed. [NYTimes]
  • The ginormous new mall opening in Casablanca has flown in Jennifer Lopez to mark the occasion. What the mall doesn't know is that actually, Lopez is planning to film her performance at her Los Angeles soundstage made of gold, and pay an impersonator to actually go to the place where there's a non-zero chance of seeing a poor person. [WWD]
  • François Lesage, the master of embroidery design behind the house of Lesage, has died. He was 82. Lesage was known, among other things, for his work with Cristóbal Balenciaga. [WWD]
  • J. Crew's third-quarter profit dropped to $21.6 million, from $37 million during the same period one year ago, largely due, it says, to costs associated with going private again. Same-store sales rose 5%. [WWD]
  • And now, a moment with Vogue Japan editor-at-large Anna Dello Russo. Do you have some tips for successful holiday party dressing, Anna?

    Wearing lots of JEWELLERY.
 the sound of JEWELLERY banish
 bad thoughts and bad ghosts.

    Oh, and also:

    Choose between HAT and MAKEUP,
 if you wear a hat keep fresh face
, otherwise you will looks like a transvestite.

    Just another day in fashion, the industry that welcomes the minorities whose gender identity and sexuality is considered mere fodder for jokes in mainstream society. [ADR]