Karlie Kloss ''wished'' she was the CEO of a company in the future, and has credited her style as ''simple, comfortable and timeless.''
Karlie Kloss ''wished'' she was the CEO of a company.
The 244-year-old model - who joined forces with Flatiron School last year to launch Kode with Karlie and launched her YouTube channel Klossy - has admitted she would love nothing more than to be recognised as the founder or senior member of staff.
Speaking to InStyle Online about her aspiration, the blonde beauty said: ''I wish I was a CEO of a company so that would work.''
And the catwalk icon - who is currently the face of the luxury jewellery brand Swarovski - has credited her style as ''simple'' and ''timeless'', and has hinted she is not one to experiment with outlandish and uncomfortable garments.
When asked to sum up her fashion sense in three words, she said: ''Simple, comfortable and timeless.''
Karlie - who has modelled for Alexander McQueen, Dior and Dolce and Gabbana - has revealed there are two essential accessories she has to have with her to complete her outfit, which are a pair of comfortable footwear and the perfect sized bag that she can carry ''everything'' she needs.
Speaking about her must-haves, she said: ''Comfortable shoes and a bag that carries everything you need.''
And Karlie - who made her modelling breakthrough at the age of 14 years old - has admitted she wears flat shoes to avoid looking like a ''crazy woman'', although she believes she can ''conquer the world'' by wearing flat footwear.
Speaking previously about her wardrobe choices, Karlie said: ''I feel like I can conquer the world in a pair of flats.
''I think I would look like a crazy woman walking around N.Y.C. in heels since I'm 6'1″ and 6'4″ in heels. Plus, I take the subway, so I'd stand out even more!
''I love being super-tall because I can wear flats on the red carpet.''
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