Kendall Jenner Covers Vogue’s April Issue

Posted on March 14, 2018

Kendal Jenner covers the April 2018 issue of Vogue magazine photographed by Mert Alas And Marcus Piggott and style by fashion editor Tonne Goodman.

 

On the Karsdashians’ inescapable cultural and commercial force: “It’s almost, like, trendy to hate on my family. It’s not so much that people actually believe that we suck, but it became a thing: If you hate on us, it’s cool or something.”

On the now-notorious Pepsi commercial: “Honestly, I just hid out. It hurt me that I hurt other people. I’ve been yelled at before, stepped in controversy before, but nothing to that extent. You can never really prepare for something like that.”

One of the big lessons she took away from the whole complicated rigmarole is to be more involved in every single thing she does: “I was always really nervous on any job. I am a huge people pleaser, and that is what my job has always been: You come to set and you do what you’re told. I don’t think of myself as anything special most days—I am just a normal-ass kid who likes to hang out with her friends and likes pizza. My family, my agent, my friends all make fun of me for it: Girl, you need to give yourself some credit. But that’s what I took out of it: I need to be more present and pay more attention.”

 

Style Credits:
Cover: Chanel Dress from the Spring 2018 Couture Collection
1st Image: Chanel Jumpsuit from the Spring 2018 Couture Collection | Chanel. Fine Jewelry
2nd Image: Maison Margiela by John Galliano Dress from the Spring 2018 Couture Collection | Alexander McQueen Earrings | Maison Margiela Sneakers
3rd Image: Rodarte Ensemble from the Spring 2018 Collection | Rebel Rebel Headpiece
4th Image: Dolce & Gabbana Dress and Accessories from the Secret Summer 2018 Fashion Show
Hair by Paul Hanlon
Makeup by Lauren Parsons

 

[Photo Credit: Mert Alas And Marcus Piggott/Vogue Magazine, vogue.com, dolcegabbana.com]

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