Karlie Kloss served up some Seventies vibes as the supermodel teamed up with Frame Denim for a celebration of their collaboration at New York's iconic Empire Diner. There were no curly fries and burger sliders in sight as Kloss dished out healthy treats for her stylish pals including coconut and almond milkshakes, kale chips, and sweet potato fries.

This marks Kloss's second Frame Denim Forever Karlie capsule collection (pictured above), which Frame co-founder Jens Grede is delighted about: "just look at her" he marvelled as she circulated the fashionably filled diner, which included Kloss's own core crew. "She has an amazing spirit, such energy, and she really is fashion. That's what makes her a Frame girl." Pals in attendance included Grace Coddington, Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Inez Vinoodh and fellow model Lily Donaldson. 

The new collection features flared designs, inspired by the Seventies, and Kloss shared her affinity with the groovy decade's style: "My mom was actually a total babe in the '70s, so growing up my sisters and I would always fight over her amazing vintage pieces. Of course, I was a little taller, so I couldn't wear some of the pants! But there's something about that decade that always resonates with my style: simple, all-American, a plain T-shirt with a perfect jean, but totally beautiful."

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party

KArlie's party