Just a couple months after she made her debut in Vogue Paris, Kendall Jenner appears in American Vogue for the first time.
In a front-of-book editorial about how to tie a scarf, titled Fit to be Tied, Jenner makes her debut in American Vogue in the glossy's September issue. Shot by photographer Patrick Demarchelier and styled by Tabitha Simmons, the editorial features Jenner in a double-layer shirt, shorts, a fanny pack and a paisley-printed scarf - all by Alexander Wang. Sarah Greene - in Hermès - and Anna Ewers - in Marc by Marc Jacobs - are also featured later on in the editorial.
Jenner first appeared in Vogue Paris in the magazine's June/July issue. In the spread, which was shot by Demarchelier and styled by Katie Grand, Jenner donned a purple dress and sported slicked-back hair and bleached eyebrows.
Jenner also recently scored not one but two Teen Vogue September issue covers. In an accompanying interview, Jenner opened up about how her "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" fame actually made it more difficult for her to get her start in the modeling industry.
"People didn't want to take a chance on me, I think because I was sort of known," she said.
"They were a little bit on the fence about it. Some people might think that what I've done before made it easier for me to get jobs, but it was actually a disadvantage. I had to work even harder."
After walking in the Marc Jacobs show in February, Jenner made her London Fashion Week runway debut at the Giles show before going on to appear in both the Givenchy and Chanel shows in Paris. We're eager to see what shows she'll be walking in once fashion month kicks off in September!
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