Kendall Jenner Landed The Biggest Magazine Cover Of Her Career And The Kardashians Didn’t Care
Or did they...?
It's finally happened. But Kendall Jenner's not only landed herself the cover of American Vogue, she's landed the coveted September cover.
For all of you unsure what the big deal is, the September Issue is the issue. It's always the biggest edition as it launches all the brand new autumn clothing collections, also meaning it involves the most major advertising and the fanciest, most lavish fashion shoots.
As a once a year event, it's grown into something of cult status for fashion fans.
With that in mind, you'd imagine that the Kardashians would be out in force celebrating Kenny's achievement, but it turns out this wasn't quite the case - at least if the video Kendall shot to go with the cover is to be believed...
Just kidding, of COURSE the Kardashian Krew are prouder than punch of Kendall for this coveted honour. So ka-yute.
Shot wearing an amazing Gucci embroidered jacket embellished with ribbons, Kendall was also interviewed and opened up about what she thinks makes her different to her older sisters.
"Obviously, my success came after my sisters'—I got to see all of their mistakes and watch out for them," she says, explaining that she actually kinda likes walking a slightly different path to them, much as she respects them.
"I've always been super different from all my sisters, especially my Kardashian sisters. They've always been into the glam thing and dressing up every day and being in the thick of it," Kenny says.
"Part of me loves that, but at the same time, I love dressing down and having my private life. It's almost, like, empowering to know that no one knows we're sitting here right now—because it's not usually like this.
"Every day, I have to find a way to escape; I have to go borrow someone else's car," she adds. "Sometimes it takes me an hour to figure out how to get rid of these guys who have been following me all day. And the second that I feel it getting the better of me, I have to go chill myself out—go take a bath or something to, like, disconnect from it. It keeps you real and sane and humble."