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Vogue Sent Karlie Kloss, Kendall Jenner, and Gigi Hadid to Silicon Valley

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Vogue took over the campuses at Instagram, Yahoo, Twitter, and Pinterest for a photoshoot with Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, and Gigi Hadid.

The InstaGirls — yes, Vogue's still calling them that — posed for Mario Testino alongside the founders and CEOs of social media companies, like Kevin Systrom of Instagram, Evan Sharp of Pinterest, Joe Bernstein of Periscope, and Jess Lee of Polyvore.

It must've been just another day at Yahoo's SF office, with Gigi Hadid wearing a Mugler top and Wang skirt while perched on a conference table with her feet on an exercise ball/desk chair.

The timing of this social media fashion shoot coincides with Vogue's involvement with this year's Met Gala, which explores the intersection of fashion and tech for 2016.