Karlie Kloss Says She Wants To Go To Harvard: 'Tyra Did It. I Can Do It Too.'

Karlie Kloss is at the top of her game: She's beloved by designers; she's a Vogue favorite; she holds lucrative deals with consumer giants like Victoria's Secret; she co-hosts MTV's House of Style with Joan Smalls; she shills her own vegan Karlie's Kookies with Momofuku Milk Bar; and her haircut was just christened 'The Karlie' by the New York Times. But there's still a lot more 20-year-old Kloss hopes to accomplish in her career--and one of those things is going to Harvard.
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Karlie Kloss is at the top of her game: She's beloved by designers; she's a Vogue favorite; she holds lucrative deals with consumer giants like Victoria's Secret; she co-hosts MTV's House of Style with Joan Smalls; she shills her own vegan Karlie's Kookies with Momofuku Milk Bar; and her haircut was just christened 'The Karlie' by the New York Times. But there's still a lot more 20-year-old Kloss hopes to accomplish in her career--and one of those things is going to Harvard.
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Karlie Kloss is at the top of her game: She's beloved by designers; she's a Vogue favorite; she holds lucrative deals with consumer giants like Victoria's Secret; she co-hosts MTV's House of Style with Joan Smalls; she shills her own vegan Karlie's Kookies with Momofuku Milk Bar; and her haircut was just christened 'The Karlie' by the New York Times.

But there's still a lot more 20-year-old Kloss hopes to accomplish in her career--and one of those things is going to Harvard.

"[Going to] Harvard at some point is in the plan, but all in good time," she told The Daily during Berlin Fashion Week.

"I will fit it in. That is the great thing: I'm 20-years-old! I feel fortunate to have an incredible career and experiences behind me but there is so much more that I want to do with this career with with my life."

Kloss said she's not really sure what she'd like to major in yet--but medicine and business are at the top of her list.

"I have always had an interest in medicine; my father is an emergency room doctor. Now that I am getting more and more involved in these entrepreneurial projects I think business is something that would also be fascinating. To have a better understanding of economics and business and the way to run a successful company."

As for the whole grueling application process, Kloss didn't seem too concerned. "Tyra [Banks] did it. She went to Harvard business school. I can do it, too."

That seems like sound logic to us.