• Karlie Kloss is looking to bring back 'Life' magazine
  • She is partnering with Josh Kushner to do so
  • HERE is what we know about it

Kloss' Bedford Media has attained 'Life' publishing rights from Dotdash Meredith, according to 'The New York Times.' . The model and her venture capitalist husband have decided to breathe new life into the iconic photo magazine. 'Life' magazine first surfaced "as a weekly edition in 1883," as 'HuffPost' reports. It became a monthly publication in the 1970s.

Karlie is extending her legacy

The magazine featured some of the 20th century's most memorable photos such as Alfred Eisenstaedt’s picture of a sailor kissing a nurse in 1945.

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The publication ceased regular printing in 2008. In a statement, Kloss said, “We see 'Life' as an uplifting and unifying voice in a chaotic media landscape,” Kushner said...

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