has bagged two magazines to her credit in the race for September's queen of magazine cover space.
The 23-year-old appears on Glamour and Flare mag's September covers respectively.
On the cover for Glamour lensed by Tom Munro
the brunette bombshell sports a fringed crimson Gucci Dress in a killer pose while in the inside editorial she swims in pools wearing sequin mini dresses. She also helped deliver issues around town in an accompanying video. In her interview with the glossy she discusses Taylor Swift, wearing Dior to prom, and life off the runway.
'I do feel a responsibility to be an example for young women in general,'
she tells Derek Blasberg of Glamour on being a role model for young girls. 'That's what Kode With Karlie is about: supporting girls to try coding even if they're not interested in being a programmer. If I can inspire one girl to try it, I'll be happy.'
'Our friendship is the same as yours and mine,'
she says of BFF Taylor Swift. 'Many of my closest friends are traveling all the time, so it takes constant effort--texting, FaceTiming--on all ends to maintain close relationships.'
For her cover of Flare magazine shot by Nino Munoz
she sports a sexy plunging white top and flared denim jeans while the rest of the editorial has her in Joe Fresh oversize sweaters and knit dresses and jeans. In her accompanying interview she talks about embodying the essence of the brands she wears on the runway.
'Being able to find a balance between your career, outside interests and personal life. My family's support keeps me going and taking time off to spend with them is what has allowed me to stay driven.'
she tells the magazine.
Karlie also admits that she sometimes feels self-conscious modeling, 'What's funny is that I actually feel the most uncomfortable when I'm photographed as myself. I rely on taking on a particular role, like an Oscar de la Renta society swan or a Diane von Furstenberg business lady. I feel more vulnerable when it's just me up there,'
And about her endeavors in coding the young entrepreneur reiterates her stand on how coding is necessary to succeed in a digital world (especially for women), 'There's a big misconception that coding is strictly mathematical; it's actually incredibly creative. Code runs everything around us, and young women are so important to defining the future.'
Head over to Flare
to read the rest of Karlie's interviews. Meanwhile check out some more pics from both magazines below and sound of on twitter @fmd1_com
using the hashtag #lovefmd.