Karlie Kloss pairs her tennis whites with heavy-handed make-up to watch the US Open in NYC with husband Joshua Kushner
Karlie Kloss and her her billionaire husband Joshua Kushner attended the 143rd US Open Tennis Championships, which were held at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City‘s Queens neighborhood on Wednesday.
The 31-year-old Estée Lauder global ambassador appeared to have gone a bit heavy-handed with her bronzer, concealer, blush, darkened brows, and vampy lipstick for a sporting event.
Karlie has previously enlisted the artistry of make-up maestros like Hung Vanngo, Katie Jane Hughes, Soo Park, Kate Synnott, Nikki Wolff, and Daniela Gozlan.
Kloss – who styled her brunette locks in a ponytail – flaunted a hint of cleavage in a chic, white strapless jumpsuit amid the Big Apple’s humid 90F-degree summer heat.
Meanwhile, the 38-year-old Thrive Capital founder sported a black US Open baseball cap and a matching cardigan over a white T-shirt for the tennis tournament.
Joshua and the Chicago-born, St. Louis-raised beauty – who began dating in 2012 – will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary on October 18.
Four players Carlos Alcaraz, Aryna Sabalenka, Daniil Medvedev, and Madison Keys secured victories on Wednesday that will move them on to the semifinals and closer to the $65M prize money.
The Kushners were joined at the US Open by a bevy of pals seated beside and behind them in the VIP box.
It’s been seven years since Karlie attended the US Open alongside her brother-in-law Jared Kushner and sister-in-law Ivanka Trump, who were former White House senior advisors to twice-impeached, quadruple-indicted President Donald Trump.
Kloss – a proud registered Democrat – partnered with Paid Leave for All back in May in order to help pass the States’ first-ever national paid family leave policy.
‘The fact that there’s not policy in place that protects women or birthing people going through this period is something that is really devastating in this country. Now is the time to really bring this to the forefront. This is something that everybody should care about,’ The Society Management model told Glamour in June.
‘At Kode With Klossy, we have a 12-week paid leave policy, which is better than some places to work and not as good as others. But at least it’s something.’
Missing from Karlie and her New Jersey-born hubbie’s side on Wednesday were their two-year-old son Levi Joseph Kushner and seven-week-old son Elijah Jude Kushner.
Kloss’ 17-year modeling career originally began when she was discovered at a local charity fashion show back in 2006.