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Karlie’s-Kookies

Top model Karlie Kloss (C) hawks her own Karlie's Kookies outside the DKNY boutique in the Soho district  of New York City on September 6, 2012 during Fashion's Night Out, a retail promotion event coinciding with the outset of New York fashion week. Sold for USD 5 apiece, each oatmeal cookie is intended to provide 10 school meals via the anti-hunger charity FEED. AFP

Robert MacPherson
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