Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift are basically the definition of blonde ambition. The duo could easily combine their skills and established brands to make a seriously rad business and tech plan, but unfortunately, and surprisingly, nothing has been done quite yet.
"I'm focused on my own projects and ambitions," Karlie revealed at Fast Company's 2016 Innovation Festival on Tuesday (November 1), as reported by Fashionista. "Who knows, maybe I'll teach [Swift] how to code."
When Karlie isn't donning some stellar couture dresses and posing in front of the camera for big-deal fashion campaigns, her passions lead her into the business and tech world.
Profits from her gluten-free cookie line (cutely called Klossies) at Momofuku Milk Bar go to providing school lunches to hungry children around the world. She also spearheads a scholarship program and summer camp appropriately named Kode With Klossy, focused on getting girls to learn computer science and software engineering. Karlie is an avid programmer herself and thoroughly enjoys breaking the stereotype.
"It's not just for guys in hoodies — no offense to the guys in hoodies, of course," she joked.
Taylor, meanwhile, has had a very low-key but productive 2016. With only one concert and very few red carpet appearances, she's spent her time working on #TS6 (squad member Gigi Hadid confirmed), writing songs for other artists (like the new one from Little Big Town and, of course, Calvin Harris and Rihanna's track "This Is What You Came For"), and in typical TS fashion, she designed some elegant greeting cards for Papyrus.
Let's hope that Tay and Karlie's schedule opens up and a coding lesson comes sooner than later, because surely they'd create something innovative and magical.