Alas, another Angel is clipping her wings.
Karlie Kloss is leaving Victoria's Secret after four years with lingerie brand, E! News has learned. Kloss enjoyed a brief two-year stint as an Angel, receiving her official wings as one of the brands eight Angels in 2013. She's been a regular in the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show and ads since 2011, and even took the runway with her celeb twin Taylor Swift this year in London.
But don't think the fallen Angel is going on hiatus just yet—in fact, we'll probably see more of her than ever before.
The 22-year-old supermodel has a long list of A-list campaigns lined up already. She's secured spring campaigns with Kate Spade and Joe Fresh, and she's busting out her best supermodel moves as the face of L'Oreal Paris. Not to mention she's covering this month's Vogue U.S. edition (alongside—who else?—bestie Taylor) for the second time. Also on her plate, the busy bee's got more ads coming from Marc Jacobs and Jason Wu, a fashion spread coming up in Vogue Paris and an InStyle Germany cover. Whew, and that's just this spring!
And while she may fear that she's "too famous" to score runway gigs, it didn't stop her from strutting down the catwalk for Michael Kors, Jason Wu or Carolina Herrera at NYFW Fall 2015. In fact, Kloss opened and closed the show for Ms. Herrera. And before that, the supermodel made headlines after a serious nip-slip on the Atelier Versace runway at Paris Haute Couture fashion week. Up next, we're expecting a Kloss cameo in Tom Ford's fall 2015 presentation tonight.
Not to mention she'll being heading back to school in the fall at NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study. So yes, she'll be hitting the street in New York City alongside TSwift in what will surely be some serious street style moments.
True, we'll miss her rockin' hard abs on the Victoria's Secret runway, but we'll only have to flip through the pages of any glossy for a glimpse of the in-demand model.
"Karlie and I met several months ago to discuss the many things she hoped to do in her life and career. As we talked, it became clear she would not have the time to fulfill her myriad commitments," Ed Razek, Victoria's Secret's chief marketing officer and the executive producer of the brand's fashion show, wrote on Instagram. "Reluctantly, we agreed she would leave the brand at the end of her contract. Karlie is one of a kind, a very close friend, someone I truly admire and love. She is, without question, one of the best models ever. But she is an even better person. Her future is unlimited, and I am excited to see all the good she will do. Karlie Kloss will always be an Angel to me."