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Gisele and Karlie Kloss Get Cozy With Daft Punk

The robots get lucky with a couple of supermodels. See what we did there?

The hype that surrounded Daft Punk's Random Access Memories release back in May was relatively short lived (I believe we were promised a tour, guys), but the French electronic music duo's presence in the fashion world is still going strong. After an August Vogue editorial, a spring Saint Laurent ad campaign and a spread alongside Milla Jovovich in CR Fashion Book, the robots have landed the cover of November's WSJ. Magazine.

The cover, shot by Terry Richardson and styled by George Cortina, features Daft Punk in sequined tuxes (Saint Laurent, we presume?) and Gisele looking typically perfect in a sheer, sparkly Atelier Versace number. The image bears a resemblance to the Vogue shoot starring Karlie Kloss in Givenchy, flanked on either side by the French DJs -- whose non-robot alter egos are Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo -- wearing slim-cut Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane suits.

Which Daft Punk supermodel sandwich do you prefer?

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