Models Camille Hurel and Karly Loyce join Vogue Germany’s July 2019 tribute to Karl Lagerfeld ‘A Rose Is A Rose Is . . . “ Christiane Arp styles the two beauties in a carpet of rose-blooming, romantic looks from Chanel, lensed by Lagerfeld’s photography team./ Hair by Greg Everingham; makeup by Emmanuel Sammartino
Photographer Ina Lekieqicz flashes Martinique-born model Karly Loyce in ‘Cape Town’ for Vogue Ukraine July 2019./ Hair & makeup by Emil Zed
Model Karly Loyce is styled by Gabrielle Marceca for Khaite Resort 2019 lookbook, lensed by Hanna Tveite.
Parsons School of Design graduate Catherine Holstein founded Khaite in 2015 following a major endorsement from legendary Barneys New York buyer, Julie Gilhart, who picked up her junior thesis collection. After working with brands like Maiyet, Vera Wang, and GAP, Holstein launched Khaite, pronounced “Kate,” referencing the Greek word meaning "long, flowing hair.” The women's ready-to-wear collection finds confidence in contrast: of masculine and feminine, strength and softness, structure and fluidity, classic and modern. Each piece proposes a fresh balance of opposing elements while embodying a signature sensuality and ease. See more of the Khaite Resort 2019 Collection.
Model Karly Loyce is styled by Bernat Buscato for primordial sea goddess images by Txema Yeste for Numéro #194 June/July 2018./ Hair by Pasquale Ferrante; makeup by Victor Alvarez
Model Karly Loyce is styled by Claudia Englmann in 'Bohemian Queen', lensed by Ward Ivan Rafik for Vogue Germany May 2018./ Hair by Pawel Solis; makeup by Marie Duhart