Model, entrepreneur and nonprofit leader Karlie Kloss recently received a makeover from Homepolish designer Tina Rich. Her New York office, located in SoHo, was designed by Rich in collaboration with partners including Uprise Art; Calico, which provided custom wallpaper in the phone-booth dressing room; and LULU & GEORGIA, which provided furniture and decor.
Kloss’s office serves as home to her business and nonprofit work, including Kode with Klossy, a summer camp that teaches teen girls how to code and build apps.
“I’m excited to have a beautiful, collaborative new home for the Klossy team to continue to grow and build on Kode With Klossy’s work to inspire young women to pursue computer science,” says Kloss. “I’m incredibly grateful for our talented partners, many of whom are led by female founders and entrepreneurs, who helped us bring our vision for the office space to life.”
“Starting your own organization is an amazing but equally scary process, so creating a space where my team can grow and learn together is very important to me,” says Kloss. “Having this office space is a big next step for us as we continue to scale toward an exciting future.”