It was a ‘major moment’ not only for Kendall Kardashian Jenner’s career trajectory (transitioning her from a brave, hard-working, under-acknowledged Seventeen Magazine ambassador to the deserving beneficiary of another bizarre form of nepotism) but also for the multi-billion dollar fashion industry at large, which has been slow to embrace the bonafides of a family made nauseatingly famous by various kinds of creative sexploitation.
Of her cotillion debut, Jenner, who is apparently suffering from strange kind of prosopagnosia and no longer recognises her own face, told literary journal Into The Gloss: “I’m a little nervous for the show, but I’m really excited. It’s my first runway show, so I’ve been practicing. I feel like everybody has their own individual walk, and that’s what makes someone so special. Maybe I’ll run down the runway!” [Laughs]
“It’s incredible. I’ve never had my eyebrows bleached; I don’t even look like myself!’”
This from Marc Jacobs’ casting director, Katie Grand.
And this phresh off the runway:
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