Kendall Jenner is no stranger to Vogue magazine — the 20-year-old model-of-the-moment is frequently seen in the pages of the high-fashion glossy.
And while she has been featured on the covers of the magazine's Paris, Japan and Brazil editions, she has yet to cover an American issue...until now, that is.
Yes, Kenny has FINALLY landed an American Vogue cover for its special edition April 2016 issue.
Photographed by Mario Testino and styled by Tabitha Simons, Jenner dons an off-the-shoulder polka-dotted crop top by Proneza Schouler and matching black bikini bottoms. Her makeup is kept fairly simple, save for a bold brow and rosy cheeks, and her hair is styled in a wet look, as if she just emerged from water.
The cover story by Robert Sullivan touches on how the former reality TV star "stays grounded with 64 million followers." Sullivan points out the face of Estée Lauder is "nice, easy to get along with," "works hard when she's with a photographer" and "is very concerned with punctuality," all of which goes a long way in the fashion world.
"She is a very sweet person," Karl Lagerfeld tells the magazine. "Very caring and not at all spoiled by those superficial successes. I must say I love her."
And indeed, Jenner is conscious of her success, and plans on enjoying every moment.
"I'm aware of the incredible opportunity I've been given by coming into this business," she texted Sullivan for the feature. "I mean, I've dreamed of being a part of this my whole life."
Head to Vogue.com for the full interview and spread.
UPDATE: Turns out, Kendall didn't just get a Vogue cover, she got a whole issue to herself!
Much more impressive than just an ordinary Vogue cover.
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