Karlie Kloss Looks Different

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That is, the supermodel looks almost unrecognizable with a slick back 'do and face mask for a V magazine shoot.

Karlie Kloss — who's typically recognized for her natural beauty (the L'Oreal Paris face is born with it, duh) — went in a whole new direction for the latest issue of V Magazine.

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In an editorial spread called "Blood and Roses," shot by Steven Klein and styled by Patti Wilson, Kloss shows her darker side. The supermodel poses in Comme des Garcons' spring 2015 collection wearing a scary face mask in one shot and blood-splattered clothes in another.

Comme des Garçons founder Rei Kawakubo told V that the shoot's "Blood and Roses" theme "is the expression of a deeper significance of roses, typically happy and pretty. Often in history the image of the rose was more connected with blood and wars, in relation to political conflict, religious strife, and power struggles. This is what was interesting to me this time."


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Check out the entire photo spread at V magazine.