Our lives were upended earlier this month when supermodel and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss married the blue sheep of the Kushner family in a top-secret and intimate ceremony. Kloss and Joshua Kushner’s nuptials included only 80 privileged attendees, so baruch hashem photos have been released for those of us who didn’t make the cut.
Flooding the ‘gram with pristine wedding photography on Friday morning, Kloss revealed that the couple went for a woodsy, rustic wedding vibe, you know — the kind best executed with the bride is gliding down the aisle in a custom Dior gown. The class-and-style factor was so off the charts, even a Kode With Klossy gal wouldn’t be able to capture it in code. The aesthetic was — how do we say this — the opposite of a McDonalds.
First up, a photo of the loved-up couple kissing under the trees:
Her tulle veil is swept strategically over her shoulder, fluttering gently in the upstate New York breeze, allowing us the honor of ogling her perfectly toned back. The couple embrace one another, nestled under the trees, reminding us — staggeringly rich, famous, beautiful people like nature too!
Next, Karlie amps up the drama in a black and white shot that is extremely Grace Kelly:
This time, the background is blurry because there’s truly no need to look at trees when a supermodel is standing before you in a lace gown and a come-hither look in her eyes. Karlie clutches a small bouquet of, uh, tiny flowers, proving once again that grandeur is not the thing that will bring happiness to a bride! The important thing is finding your good angles.
In the last shot, Karlie showcased her family in a way that makes our feminist hearts seize with joy. She stands armed by her sisters, who are swathed in warm jewel toned gowns and happy grins.
We were kind of hoping that Karlie would upload a shot of her dancing the hora, but we’ll take what we can get. Mazel tov!
Tamar Skydell is an intern at The Forward. You can contact her at email@example.com
This story "Karlie Kloss And Joshua Kushner’s Wedding Photos" was written by Tamar Skydell.