Easy rider: Karlie Kloss makes the most of a black motorcycle jacket as she heads to her Kode With Klossy office in NYC
The 25-year-old platinum blonde beauty is the founder of Kode With Klossy, a camp that teaches young girls how to code.
The siren looked chic in a pair of light denim boyfriend jeans, a black turtleneck, and a fitted motorcycle jacket.
Struggle bus: Karlie Kloss lugs large bags to her office in Soho on Thursday
Businesswoman: The model founded Kode with Klossy in 2014—a camp for girls to learn how to code
She feminized the look by pairing it with black ballet flats and diamond earrings.
The wayfarer sunglasses added a bit of extra edge to the ensemble.
Taylor Swift’s bestie carried an over-sized and over-stuffed black tote, along with a Proenza Schouler shopping bag.
Coding is cool: Only 18 percent of computer science degrees are earned by women and Kloss has made it her mission to change that
Girl power: Karlie awards a scholarship every month to a girl passionate about coding
Karlie stumbled upon her passion for coding during a modelling hiatus before fashion week in 2014. She enrolled in a boot camp program for coding at NYC’s Flatiron School.
The St. Louis native became consumed with the creative possibilities in the tech world, and Kode with Klossy was born. The organization provides girls with the opportunity to learn how to code during a 12-week intensive camp.
The camps have expanded to 10 different cities across the United States.
The supermodel talked to Forbes about her journey to becoming a businesswoman.
‘I’ve always been an entrepreneur at heart. The idea of starting a business was a dream of mine long before modelling. The power of code is that you can actually take an idea and build it out yourself or understand what is possible to build.’
She's back: The supermodel stepped back onto the Victoria's Secret runway this year at the 2017 fashion show after hanging up her wings in 2014