You may recognize supermodel Karlie Kloss from multiple runways: Victoria's Secret, Oscar de la Renta, Dior, Versace, to name a few.
You may also recognize her from the pages of high fashion magazines, recent Vogue and Glamour covers, as a star in Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" music video, from her YouTube channel "Klossy," or for her work as a partner with the Flatiron School to offer the #KodeWithKarlie scholarship to girls all over the country for their opportunity to learn computer programming.
Now, Kloss has had the opportunity to work with the Make-A-Wish organization to grant two teens, Shannon and Maddii, their chance to be supermodels.
In a video highlighting the experience, filmed mostly selfie-style by Kloss herself, Kloss pulled together photographer Russell James, stylist Rachel Wirkus, and a hair and makeup team to give the teens the ultimate supermodel treatment.
"Your set is waiting for you..."
Later, Kloss even gets the girls a pair of Victoria's Secret wings to rock out on set.
And rock it out they did.
"I feel like an angel! I just feel awesome, I can't stop smiling!" Maddii says in the video.
Shannon and Maddii have both been diagnosed with life-threatening medical illnesses, but perhaps, with Kloss' help, they were able to forget about that for a day and live out their dreams to the fullest.