And while the 18-year-old reality TV star's cover isn't as, well, revealing as Kim Kardashian's "Break The Internet" issue, it definitely still makes a statement.
The image, photographed by Erik Madigan Heck, sees the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan looking like a literal plastic doll with a plastic pink wig and oversized eyes and lips. Jenner made sure to point out on Instagram that they were "edited to look bigger."
Since this #YOUth issue is focused on "the cool kids we all follow on Instagram," the cover was given the Instagram treatment, though we're surprised Paper only gave their photo 9,087 likes.
"We can't think of anyone better to be on the cover of our YOUth issue than Kylie Jenner," Paper writes on its website. "She's literally grown up on our screens since she was nine years old and, in that spirit, we turned to our phones for our cover story, asking fans and followers to send questions to us via Instagram DMs. In the resulting interview, Kylie shares her thoughts on fame, family and the future."
You know what they say, "Life is plastic, it's fantastic!"
Paper's April 2016 issue will hit newsstands April 12th.
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