She has walked for Chanel, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana among others, making her big debut at New York Fashion Week! From the pages of New York Times to Dazed and Vogue, Kendall is everywhere!
She used to be on Twitter and Instagram, a Forever 21 campaign here and a Teen Vogue there. But now she’s taking over the runway and the newsstands of the world. At just 19, Kendall Jenner is playing the big fashion league, with the same little league techniques: Kendall is part of the Kardashian reality TV family who’s capitalizing on their name for fame.
What differentiates Kendall from her TV fame-family and sets her a part as a fashion model? She’s been brought up in the spotlight, in the media world, so hosting events and taking advantage of her assets is something she had to, just like we had to write school essays to make a point or fight in obscure fashion competitions to stand out or get a chance at entering the glam fashion world.
Kendall skipped that beat. She had no need to prove she’s catchy or relevant as her DNA did it for her. She had no need to prove her intellectual worth as her ghostwriter did it for her (Kendall and her sister, Kylie, co-wrote Rebels: City of Indra (available here), with a little help from ghostwriter Maya Sloan). There’s no need to prove her fashion-worth either, her name already did it for her – as far as many fashion people go, Kendall is of no fashion value whatsoever.
Her face is unchangeable, her expression is set in stone and her Kardashian-esque features blow every chance at being stylish, ever. Authenticity and real worth are definitely out the window and it’s exasperating to see how the fashion world fell at Kendall’s feet in a weird common adoration psychosis.
We’re keeping up this forth! We’re the no-Kendall frontier and we’re cultivating raw, real fashion here! Sustaining the worthy causes from 2007, Stylefrizz is publishing an open letter to Kendall Jenner from a fellow model and TheBlot Magazine contributor. Please feel free to read and comment below! (this is but an excerpt from the original found here)