Karlie Kloss is an American supermodel, 36-time Vogue cover girl, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Raised in St. Louis, Karlie was discovered at a local charity fashion show in 2006. After walking in her first show for Calvin Klein, Karlie’s fashion career quickly took off with 64 shows booked her first full fashion week season. Since then, Karlie has walked for top designers including Oscar de la Renta, Christian Dior, Alexander McQueen and Versace, among dozens of others. She has also starred in several major global campaigns with brands that include adidas, Versace, Dior, Calvin Klein, Carolina Herrera and Swarovski.
This summer, Kode With Klossy will be hosting 50 free coding camps for 1,000 girls in 25 cities across the country, nearly quadrupling its reach from last year. Kode With Klossy is also partnering with Teach For America to hire and recruit instructors who will receive training in Kode With Klossy’s curriculum to teach this summer’s camps. Karlie was recognized on the TIME 100 list for her philanthropic work as the founder of Kode With Klossy and was featured on the covers of Fast Company and Forbes for her work to scale the organization.
Karlie recently forayed into media and television, hosting Freeform’s six-part series ‘Movie Night With Karlie Kloss’ and premiering as a correspondent in season one and two of the Netflix original series ‘Bill Nye Saves The World.’ Karlie also sits on the board of Oath serving as an advisor alongside Oath chair Serena Williams and other industry leaders.
Karlie shares each of these experiences — hosting, modeling, coding, baking, traveling and more — on her YouTube channel, Klossy, which has garnered over 690,000 subscribers and over 33 million views since it launched in 2015. On Klossy, Karlie takes her followers behind-the-scenes of everything from training for her first marathon to the making of her Met Gala dress to 24 hours adventuring through Shanghai. Through her combined content platforms, Karlie has amassed over 16.8 million followers to date.