She's under fire for her Vogue India cover shoot after readers complained they'd preferred an Indian celebrity
09 May, 2017, 10:16
But for now, Jenner just hopes that the modeling industry will be willing to take more risks when it comes to conceptualizing her work.
One would think that Vogue INDIA, upon the occasion of celebrating its 10th Anniversary year, would feature an INDIAN model on its cover. "In the last 10 years, Vogue India has had only 12 global covers, including Kendall Jenner, in 2017", the statement said. "They've started upping the amount of time they're seen out with each other, and they will be making red carpet appearances together in the future", the source shared. "They have a really strong mutual respect for each other and their relationship is extremely healthy".
And Mario admitted he finds it "weird" that she's not chosen for sexy shoots because she has such a great figure, but thinks publications may feel "intimidated" about showing a different side to the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star.
It's no wonder that Kendall hasn't posted a shot of her latest cover shoot on Instagram - in fact we wouldn't be surprised if she never posted anything else again regarding promotional material after the month she's had.
LOS ANGELES-It's time people stopped shaming Kendall Jenner. "Because not only am I a model, but I guess have a name, too, so they get confused".
Kendall, who last week appeared at the Met Gala in NY in a see-through black gown with a large slash across the front and no underwear, said: "I love being transformed (but) everyone always wants to make me myself". On her episode, the supermodel revealed a few secrets about her famous fashion friendships that most people probably don't know, including that she has actually been friends with Bella Hadid for longer than Gigi.