Rocks-Off

Standing in the midst of a rainbow, being misted by the waterfall. Finding this waterfall was the best accident I’ve ever stumbled upon. My boyfriend and I trespassed through a construction fight, slid down the steep, muddy forest and jumped off the rocks towards the lake. Needless to say, this view was quite the shock. I screamed. (at Letchworth State Park)

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Karlie Kloss Gives Paris Fashion Week Her Absolute Best—Onstage and Off
The 24-year-old model flaunted her cool girl style after the Lanvin presentation at Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday. Check out her full look here.

SEPTEMBER 28, 2016
BY: ISABEL JONES

When she isn’t busy partying with princesses or promoting her line of gluten-free cookies, Karlie Kloss’s focus is zeroed-in on immaculate style. Whether strutting down the runway at Paris Fashion Week or rocking an off-duty street-side ensemble, the 24-year-old model always looks incredibly chic.

On Wednesday, Kloss closed Lanvin’s spring 2017 show at the Hôtel de Ville in Paris’s swanky fourth arrondissement. The American model traipsed down the runway in a sheer floor-length skirt, black blazer, and a crisp white top, lending an air of European sophistication to her typical aesthetic. Kloss’s look also featured a large corsage, black sequined slides, and several hints of bling—like the large sparkling bolo around her neck.

A photo posted by Karlie Kloss (@karliekloss) on Sep 28, 2016 at 8:17am PDT

As expected, the glamor didn’t end the moment Kloss stepped out of her Lanvin ensemble. Classy Klossy departed the Parisian venue wearing a zip-front khaki jumpsuit over a sultry black crop top. The blonde beauty gave her look an added touch of elegance with a pair of black booties bearing chain-link embellishments and a jewel-laden choker.

Karlie’s middle name must be “chic”—her cool girl style seems to be second nature!

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That band Jet really ruined the riff rock revival, didn’t they? We were all very happy to listen to bands doing songs inspired by 60s/70s artists, with very heavy and obvious influences, but they just took it a bit too far by following up their Iggy Pop knockoff (Are You Gonna Be My Girl) with a Beatles knockoff (Look What You’ve Done). The public was like, “If we want blatant classic rock knock-offs, we’ll go listen to our old Oasis albums, thank you very much.”

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I probably shouldn’t say this but we both love the music of Taylor Swift or, as us real fans call her, ‘Tay Tay’. It doesn’t matter how bad LA traffic gets, if you’ve got “Shake It Off” blasting out the radio there ain’t nothing that is going to bring your mood down.
—  Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock on him and David Beckham being huge Taylor Swift fans. (x)