Karlie Kloss certainly seems to have it all: an enviable figure, a booming modeling career, her very own denim line, and now, a swanky New York City home to call her own.
At just 21 years old, the wildly successful supermodel is now a proud homeowner, and recently opened up the doors of her chic West Village townhouse for Vogue to peruse.
"I've worked really hard to be in this position," she told the glossy, referencing her robust career in the industry, walking for all of the major designers and traveling the world since she was first discovered at 15.
She playfully poses for the fashion publication in the comforts of her own home, which just so happens to be immaculately decorated by Nate Berkus.
"I really had no experience at all decorating or being a homeowner," Kloss says. "I knew I wanted to make it mine, but I wasn't quite sure how to go about doing that."
Luckily for her, Berkus took matters into his own very talented hands and helped the gorgeous girl furnish a comfortable pad that resembled her take on fashion.
"I wanted to mix and match the same way I do with fashion—wearing, say, a beautiful Saint Laurent tailored blazer with an H&M T-shirt," she explained of her creative vision.
Among her cool and eclectic décor, which ranges from Restoration Hardware drapes and Lee Jofa wallpaper, the model also keeps sentimental mementos on display.
She treasures beautiful photos taken by her favorite photographers just as much as she loves her cheerful red KitchenAid mixer.
We can't wait for the house warming party.