Supermodel Karlie Kloss has a hidden talent: cookie baking. The Victoria's Secret model and Momofuku Milk Bar collaborated on a fashionably wholesome cookie line called "Karlie's Kookies", launched at the Lincoln Center in New York City on 13 February 2013.
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U.S model Karlie Kloss had a silly old time with Lauren Bush and Christina Tosi for the launch of "Karlie's Kookies" in colaboration with Momofuku Milk Bar Pastry on 13 February 2013.
Victoria's Secret model Karlie Kloss branches out into baked goods with Karlie's Kookies
When you think of supermodels, cookies are probably the last things that come to mind but Victoria's Secret model Karlie Kloss is so passionate about baked treats that she launched her own line of cookies in New York yesterday.
Karlie has dubbed her crunchy creations "Karlie's Kookies" and she was handing out free cookies from a brightly decorated truck with a little help from her friends Lauren Bush and Momofuku Milk Bar pastry chef Christina Tosi.
The girls started their New York cookie tour at the Lincoln Center at 11 am before heading to Milk Studios, then back to the Lincoln Center and finished at the Standard Hotel.
Healthy and charitable cookies
The cookies are sweetened with agave and are dairy-free and gluten-free and, at the event, they were even free to try. They are now regularly available at the Milk Bar and for every cookie sold, ten school meals will be provided to children through charitable organization FEED.
Karlie is a willing participant in charity-related ventures !
Karlie ditched her high fashion designer clobber and six inch heels for the day in favour of a crisp white apron, black leggings and a bright blue hoodie. The fun outfit looked great with her no-fuss ponytail and bold eyeliner. It looked like the girls were having a ball and who doesn't love a cookie, especially with a glass of milk?
AmEx covered the donation-portion of the giveaway which provided 31,500 meals to children in need. So it was a successful event all round. We didn't get to try any but, hey, that's the way the cookie crumbles!