Well with Kim, Kourtney and Khloe doing + having their own working thing, Kendall Jenner walking the runways of Fashion Weeks from New York to L.A to London, and sister 17- year old Kylie Jenner (at one time-home trying to find her way)–looks through she’s found it, [all praises due to her slow, gradual morphing into her very own big sis Kim] .
I guess Vogue sorta told her like my mom used to say when I was a kid: “Stay in a child’s place” –but I guess in trying to find her way and by knowing your big sis Kim and sister of/around same age has graced the cover of Vogue, it’s only expected that Kylie would want in, too.
It’s not Vogue, but…
Kylie Jenner was rumoured to have been denied a Vogue cover shoot – but she’s ensuring her time is filled until the all important day.
And this time the reality star graces the cover of Fault magazine – once again looking a whole lot older than her 17-year-old self.
Showing off her world famous pout, the star poses in a range of outfits for the black and white shoot.
In one, Kylie keeps it simple with her hair tied back and wearing a denim-style top, clearly picking up tips from her model sister.
Another shows her looking a whole lot more like Kylie with her dip-dyed hair loose and tonnes of lippy.
Kylie was clearly overly excited to share the cover and posted it on Instagram today, before quickly deleting it.
She wrote: “Super excited to reveal my FAULT Magazine cover.”
It celebrates the 20th issue of the magazine and comes as Kylie was reportedly denied her Vogue cover dream
It is said while the 17-year-old star is desperate to appear on the publication’s cover, her mum Kris hadn’t been able to get it sorted.
A source told Radar Online: “Kylie told Kris to get her a spread in Vogue because both Kim and Kendall have been featured in the magazine . Kendall has appeared in three consecutive issues of Vogue, and Kylie believes now it’s her turn.
“Even though Kylie doesn’t have much modelling experience as Kendall, she thinks Vogue readers would love to read about her life … Kylie has been turned down.
“She was (cont’d)