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Monday, 22 July 2013

Karlie Kloss and Daft Punk | US Vogue | August 2013 | Fashion & Music

Editorial | The supermodel and the music superstars run around New York 
 The 20 something - Future Shock: Look like the most chic replicant from Blade Runner at the EDM-centric Electric Zoo festival on Randall’s Island, which kicks off at the end of the month. Chloé cream space-age shift ($1,795) overlaid with a jeweled cage dress; shift at Barneys New York, NYC. Salvatore Ferragamo silver minaudière. Alexis Bittar for 3.1 Phillip Lim earrings. Daft Punk wears Saint Laurent by Hedi  Slimane throughout 

Daft Punk and supermodel Karlie Kloss are the focus of a much anticipated editorial in the August 2013 issue of US Vogue.
The music duo probably have the most popular album of the moment and their debut song "Get Lucky" is the most played song everywhere. 

The editorial is set and shot on West 42nd street and Karlie Kloss, wearing a super fierce wig, is styled in a number of different outfits from various decades whilst Daft Punk wearing their traditional metal helmets, metal gloves and the sharpest smart black suits, pose as bodyguards, one on each side. The editorial titled All Ages Show was shot by Craig McDean in traditional yet very futuristic set. 
Have a look.
The 40 something - The World is Your Oyster: Be the girl with the pearl at the first-night preview of the new Rembrandt show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Alexander McQueen pearl-embellished coatdress of black laser-cut leather and metal belt; Alexander McQueen, NYC. Belstaff clutch. Cesare Paciotti sandals. 
The 30 Something - Winged Victory: A feather-ruffling number is perfect for the L.A. premiere of Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, Rooney Mara’s latest. Gucci satin top ($795) and sequined feather skirt; select Gucci boutiques. Dior Fine Jewelry diamond pendant necklace. Lucifer Vir Honestus butterfly ring. Jimmy Choo bag. 
The 40 Something - Bells Are Ringing: You’ve got an evening wedding in a downtown loft. Hmmm. A boringly appropriate cocktail shift? Wrong. Fancy-funky metallic pants and a 1930s-esque stole? Ding-ding! Vera Wang Collection lavender  metallic brocade top ($795), pants ($695), and fox stole ($2,495); Vera Wang, NYC. Carolina Amato gloves. Lanvin loafers.
The 60 Something - Director's Cut: Be the auteur of your own elegance at the Venice Film Festival, which opens later this month. Marc Jacobs starry-night coat with fox collar; Marc Jacobs, NYC. CH Carolina Herrera white shirt with face-framing bow ($220) and black silk-lace skirt ($820); CH Carolina Herrera, NYC. Tabitha Simmons Mary Janes.
The 40 Something - Date Night: Light a fire with an evening of Shakespeare at a Broadway preview of Romeo and Juliet,starring Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad as the red-hot lovers. Dolce & Gabbana dress  slathered with scarlet jewels; select Dolce & Gabbana boutiques. Ralph Lauren Collection chandelier earrings.
The 50 Something: Rara Avis: Spotted at Marea chef Michael White’s newest outpost, the Butterfly: a sophisticated frock about to take flight. Escada silk coat with embroidered feathers; Escada, NYC. Lanvin fuchsia silk-and-cotton dress; Lanvin, Beverly Hills. Van Cleef &  Arpels bird-of-paradise cuff bracelet.
 The 20 Something- Attention, Please: At Robert Wilson’s avant-garde benefit for the Watermill Center, performance artists meander the grounds in little more than body paint—or, say, white ape costumes. It’s not easy to turn heads, but this  Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci embroidered organza sweater, worn over a tulle dress with a tubular belt, should do the trick. Clothing at givenchy.com.
The 20 Something - Robot Rock: The sonic-sculpting Frenchmen behind the helmets would be dream dates for the opening of “Soundings: A Contemporary Score,” the first major sound-art show at the Museum of Modern Art. Balmain  embroidered metallic leather minidress and black suede boots; Maxfield, L.A. Louis Vuitton cuff
The 50 Something - Time Traveler: When New York City’s Governors Island hosts its Jazz Age Lawn Party, be ready to meet the retro theme with glass beads a-blazing. The Row cotton-and-silk top with glass-bead embroidery; select Saks Fifth Avenue stores. 
Vogue Cover
The spread has taken the internet by storm ... a spread for all age
s from the 20 something to the 60 something, Karlie Kloss looks great and Daft Punk can do no wrong ... Vogue still amuses, simply amazing!

All photos from vogue.com

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