We already brought you part one of this list of facts about Karlie Kloss, the Midwest-born fashion model who was born in 1992. We learned that she’s passionate about coding, and does more than just modeling. Here is part two of our article.
Number Eight: Karlie Kloss Ignores the Haters
When asked if she reads the comments about her online, she says that she has, and while the majority are positive, some bullies exist. She has learned to ignore this, and see that stuff as “just noise.”
Number Seven: Ballet Contributed to Her Success
While growing up in St. Louis, Missouri, Karlie became obsessed with ballet. She lists this as a reason why she has the career she does, since ballet taught her to move.
Number Six: Changing the Stereotypes of Modeling
We all know about the typical expectations of what fashion models should look like. They are usually rail thin and a bit weak looking. Karlie changes up this image by being really fit, abs included. She engages in all types of training including, most recently, jogging.
Number Five: Her Health Awakening
Middle America isn’t exactly known for its health conscious cuisine, and while Kloss loves her Midwestern roots, she’s aware that they aren’t the healthiest out in the land of corn. In her late teens, she decided to opt for healthier food choices.
Number Four: ‘Weird Tall Alien’
Karlie is 6’1, which means she towers over most females and probably most males as well. In high school, she would come to school with eyebrows bleached from a photo shoot and her classmates thought she was a weird, tall alien.
Number Three: Allergic to Glitter
She was spray painted with glitter for a London photo shoot. Shortly after, her throat started swelling and she had to be assessed by a medic.
Number Two: The Keeper-Together
Karlie Kloss is very close with her siblings and family, but considers herself independent for the most part. She bridges the gap between the older sister and younger ones, and calls herself the “keeper-together.”
Number One: Digital Detoxes
Once a week, she shuts off her computer and phone for a digital detox. We hope you enjoyed part two of our article. Thanks for reading!