Kendall Jenner: ‘We don’t work any less hard than the ’90s models did’

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I’m still enjoying the fact that Kendall Jenner was once hailed as the most “natural” of all the Kardashians, and that she’s spent the last year buying herself a new face. To my eyes, it’s mostly about her lips, but if you told me she had some eye work and nose work, I would probably believe you. The Kardashian-Jenners will not stop until they all get enough plastic surgery to look like Lucifer’s Homegirl. Anyway, Kendall covers the February issue of Harper’s Bazaar- you can see the full piece here. The editorial looks like… Emily Ratajkowski, just straight-up. I thought Emily was posing in half the photos. The interview was conducted by Cara Delevingne, and Kendall sounds dumb as a box of hair. Some highlights:

How she feels at the age of 22: “It fluctuates. Sometimes I feel like a complete kid when I’m running around with my friends being stupid for a week, and then sometimes I just want to sit in my house and sip tea and watch old movies like I’m 60…. I feel like the life I live is extraordinary in a lot of ways but that it also comes with a lot of responsibilities. I’ve had to grow up pretty fast and deal with situations most 22-year-olds aren’t really put into. There are days and weeks and months when you just don’t stop.

Her dream of farm life: “You know me and how OCD I can get over the littlest things. If something isn’t going the way I planned, I freak out. Some days I just want to go live on a farm and not talk to anyone and just exist in the middle of nowhere. On my farm? I would literally have tons. I’d have seven horses because I feel like that’s a reasonable amount of horses to love and take care of, and sheep and goats and chickens and dogs—like, 10 dogs. But no cats because I’m not a cat person, unless they’re Savannah cats, which are like little cheetahs.

Whether she feels like she missed out on normal life: “The obvious answer is college, I guess, but I don’t even know if I regret that. I had a pretty normal childhood, with a twist, and went to school until the 10th grade. For 11th and 12th, I did homeschool, but I still saw a lot of my old friends. I didn’t go to prom, though, which was kind of annoying. I can’t really complain except for now, maybe, I would like to go to Disneyland or a public beach. To go to a beach in peace would be lovely. To be able to hang out and meet new people and not be bothered would be awesome.

Anxiety: “It’s funny you ask that because I have such debilitating anxiety because of everything going on that I literally wake up in the middle of the night with full-on panic attacks. Where do I even start? Everything is so horrible, it’s hard to name one thing. I just think that the world needs so much love. I wish I had the power to send Cupid around the planet, as cheesy as that sounds. You go online and you see everyone saying the worst things to each other, and it’s hard to stay positive. It’s hard not to get eaten alive by all the negativity.

The new age of “supermodels”: “I’ve actually talked about it with a couple of women, like Cindy Crawford, who have been doing this for a long time. I feel like social media obviously has a lot to do with how it’s different. A lot of people are like, “Oh, it’s so much easier now because you have Instagram. You don’t even need an agency anymore.” But that’s just not true. I still had to go to all the castings, I still had to go meet all the photographers, I still had to do all of that to get to where I am now. There wasn’t a step taken out just because I had social media. I still have 12-hour days, I still have even 24-hour days sometimes; I still have to do all those things. We don’t work any less hard than the ’90s models did when they were young.

[From Harper’s Bazaar]

“The obvious answer is college, I guess, but I don’t even know if I regret that…” You will. College isn’t for everyone, I understand that, but I’m always astounded by the fact that Kris Jenner never made education a priority for any of her children. I think only Kourtney and Rob went to college. Think about that – say what you will, but Robert Kardashian was a brilliant and well-respected lawyer who wanted to raise intelligent, capable children. Caitlyn Jenner… not so much. And all of these kids have turned out to be pretty dumb overall. Kim might be the smartest, actually, but Kylie and Kendall are just sentient rocks at this point.

As for this idea that the Instamodels aren’t “working any less hard” than the ‘90s models… bitch please. Stop comparing Kendall and Cara to Cindy, Linda, Naomi and Christy. There is no comparison.

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Photos courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar.

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  1. marianne says:

    If she wants to do college she still can. She sure has the money too. And even if she was worried about taking the time off from her job to do so, she could always take part time classes or take online classes. Point is, if she feels like she missed out on it…she could still do it. I think the more likely answer to that question should have been her lack of privacy. That she doesnt have a moment to herself without a camera shoved in her face (either the paparazzi or their reality show cameras).

    • lightpurple says:

      Jodie Foster, Brooke Shields, Julia Stiles, Natalie Portman, and Emma Watson all managed to attend universities, Ivy League ones at that, and they were probably all a lot better known than Kendall Jenner when they did so.

      • QueenB says:

        You are right in general but all of them except Emma were at uni before social media. Portman talked about how she feels lucky to have gone before sm was so widespread.

      • teacakes says:

        Yeah but Emma still did it, and smack in the middle of the social media age, no less.

        If someone wants to go badly enough, they’ll go. It was a priority for Emma, so she went. But do we seriously believe a Kardashian has any value for education?

      • Dolkite says:

        It should be mentioned that it’s pretty easy to get into an Ivy League school if you’re already a celebrity.

      • Jussie says:

        Emma spent very, very little time on campus, and took a ton of long breaks. She went, but she had nothing resembling a normal college experience.

      • Gisele says:

        Yes, but they ( Foster, Shields etc…) didn’t possess the vapid Kardashian gene. Yes, Kardashians have their own brand building gumption and a certain cleverness but they are not intellectuals and may actually be allergic to deep thoughts. Jodie Foster and Brooke Shields are highly intelligent women of substance.

    • Geekychick says:

      let’s be honest: it’s not like she would be instantly recognized if she did not want to be. girl is pretty. but she’s not unique in a way that she can’t go around unnoticed.

      • Lexter says:

        Most times I’ve recognised someone famous in public was because they were dressed weird/expensively – that made them stand out and consider where I knew them from. If she wore jeans and a normal non designer tshirt with her hair in a pony tail she’d be anonymous

  2. Miss b says:

    “Sentient rocks” HAHAHA 🤣🤣

  3. Nicole says:

    No comparison at all. We know instamodels May “go” to castings but let’s not pretend you don’t walk in having most of those jobs already booked. Like stop it.
    Because between you and Gigi and your awful walks you wouldn’t have gotten these jobs in the 90s.
    And yea I’m sure Robert is rolling over at his dumb and vapid his kids turned out. I remember when Kim told that story of how he refused to buy her the purses she wanted so she came up with a business plan that helped her earn money. I think she puts that knowledge to good use now but the fact that her mom had to sell her out to get there can’t be undone.

    • magnoliarose says:

      It says a lot that she is the only one who seems to understand the business of whatever it is she does, but she does. She is known to be professional because she worked before she became the celebrity she is now. The mother gets all the credit, but I think Kim deserves a lot more of it than she gets.
      Whatever the other issues I have with her as a celebrity I can truly say without her none of them would be celebs now.

    • Err. says:

      Kendall isn’t Robert’s child.

  4. Hh says:

    I can believe they work just as hard, but that was never the main critique. The critique was that they weren’t as interesting. And my dear Kendall, that criticism still stands. That being said, if my choices were between Kendall and Kaia Gerber, I’m going with Kendall.

    Also, I’m over celebs wanting to indulge their narcissism on social media and then also complain about having no privacy. There are PLENTY of celebs that don’t engage with social media, put their heads down, and just do the work. Sure they don’t have total anonymity, but they don’t feed the beast like these girls and then complain.

    • HK9 says:

      Exactly. Their looks are average and without their last names they would’ve had to fight to be in the Sears catalogue. They can’t walk, and it took most of them a really long time to figure out they are there to show the product and not themselves. So no, it’s not and will never be the same. I by magazines or product in spite of them, not because of them.

      • Lirko says:

        I guess I just wonder how they could possibly know how hard the 90′s models worked (I mean, I can’t possibly know, either) but this statement reminds me of when Kris said of Kim “no one works harder than Kim”. Really? Ever been a single mom w/3 jobs? These proclamations of how hard they work are relative, and they just don’t seem to understand that.

      • magnoliarose says:

        They don’t work as hard.
        That spread is a joke and looks like something from America’s Next Top Model. She is a liar. She didn’t earn anything on her own and favors were exchanged, and she knows it.
        She will never go to college. She should but she isn’t intellectually curious, but one day she will regret it. Some of those 90s Supers did go back to school and took classes. Some even earned degrees.

    • Katherine says:

      Exactly. So many people work very hard and yet struggle to make ends meet or get jobs. Not because they don’t work hard enough, or don’t have the skill or work ethic but because the opportunities are scarce and more readily available to those with the right connections. Getting the work can be even harder than working the work

  5. lightpurple says:

    “…then sometimes I just want to sit in my house and sip tea and watch old movies like I’m 60″

    STOP WITH THE AGEISM!! I know plenty of 20-somethings who sip tea and watch old movies. Hell, I did that as a teen. That description doesn’t fit a single 60 year old woman I know. The ones I know are all active in their workplaces, in leadership positions, running marathons for charity, cheering on sports teams outside in frigid weather or rain, doing yardwork, hiking or skiing in mountains, riding bikes through Tuscany and on and on, living full, active lives, with an occasional afternoon sipping tea or watching old movies.

    Ageism is discrimination. Ageism is as much against the law as discrimination based on disability, gender, or race. Just stop it!

    • MellyMel says:

      This! I’m 30 and my aunts who are in their 60s and early 70s are more active than me lol! I’m the one reading, sipping tea and watching movies. That’s such a bad stereotype that older (60 isn’t even old to me…) women just sit at home.

      • OriginalLala says:

        Seriously, I’m in my early thirties and staying in sipping tea and cuddling my hubs and kitties on the couch sounds like my dream evening. My parents (in their 60s) on the other hand, have a way more active social life than I! stupid stereotype

    • Lucy says:

      lol not enough eye rolls in the world for this comment, find something real to be indignant about please..

      • Lightpurple says:

        Thanks for proving my point. We constantly hear how older actresses can’t get work. I practice labor law and constantly see cases where women have been denied career opportunities because they’re over 40 and are perceived as “too old” and ready for retirement when they aren’t at 40 or even at 60. This is very real but go ahead and roll your eyes.

      • babar says:

        @lucy – oh look, women supporting women, yay!

      • PodyPo says:

        Oh, it’s real. In my last job, for which I had 20 years experience, I was hired but the condition was they hired a fresh-out-of-two-year-tech-school twenty two year old to “share” the job and for me to train him to replace me in future. I was fine with the concept at the outset, but the poor boy thought he should be on top and had no design talent and I couldn’t train that into him. He got pouty when I tried to direct him, and eventually started giving me the silent treatment. It was very uncomfortable because we shared a small office. I complained to the biggies about the ageism and his spoiled attitude. I should have sued the company but just gave up and quit. I wish I had recognized the ageist discrimination at the outset and saved myself months of discomfort and wasted effort.

    • swak says:

      Wonder if she will even be working when she is 60. Meanwhile us “oldies” (in our 60′s and over) will keep doing what we are doing. I did my first 5K after 60. Did a Warrior Dash (after 60) and out did some of the 20 year olds. I ump softball and baseball, ref soccer, play softball and up until my soccer team folded played soccer (I was 60 at the time). I know SO many 60+ year olds that are active. Even my aunt (rest her soul) churned butter by hand every day of her life. So she needs to take a seat.

      • HannahF says:

        Beyond what you expressed is the fact that PMK is over 60 and she most certainly is not sitting at home and sipping tea. Out of the entire Klan, she is the one who actually does work hard.

        And re having cameras in their lives 24/7, why hasn’t Kylie been seen in months?

      • magnoliarose says:

        My mother is in better shape than she is and more vibrant and active. More everything on her worse day and positively more glamorous and gorgeous. So is my grandmother. Several aunts and cousins and loads of the beautiful mature Celebitches here.
        I would rather spend a day with many of you here than an hour with her.

    • H says:

      This. I got turned down for a p/t retail job because “why would you want to work here?” I was like, I love your clothing and as a teacher I need a p/t job to pay my bills? At the time, I was 45 but looked 35. However, bro-dude who resembled a 29 y.o Tom Cruise couldn’t believe a woman of my age would want to “work retail.” So yeah Kendall can s*ck it.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      Good points, lightpurple.

  6. Girl_ninja says:

    I don’t get it, while she’s very pretty she’s not interesting or stricking enough to be a “Super model.”

    • NayNay says:

      Agreed! I don’t get it either. Must have to do with her last name.

    • jwoolman says:

      It has to do with Kim hooking up with Kanye. Since for some reason he is beloved by some important people in fashion, Kendall started getting jobs far beyond her experience.

      Her number of followers on social media, whether real or fake, is also attractive to companies and her mother makes sure the cameras tag along- free advertising for the events and the designers. But without Kanye, I doubt she would be where she is. She didn’t really seem that ambitious by that time and was wiggling out of work opportunities her mother got for her – Kim actually objected to her attitude. Kanye had many strings to pull regardless. Kendall still seems lacking in ambition to me.

  7. Naddie says:

    I hate when people talk about OCD as if it’s something trivial. And she does sound like a legitimate insta girl.

    • Lirko says:

      Right, or ADD…this drives me insane, too. Like, I don’t think this means what you think it means (i.e. Do you have an actual diagnosis?). I’m right there with you.

    • Nello says:

      Absolutely! There are many people struggling with actual DIAGNOSED OCD and other anxiety disorders. This little girl really needs to zip it.

    • thedecorguru says:

      Much of what she says here sounds exaggerated… but being someone who has anxiety, she may be obsessive, which I can relate to.

  8. Erinn says:

    The work has changed. Yes the instagram models are getting picked up without the same kind of merit that some of the 90s models had. But they’re also expected to constantly self promote. It’s a different kind of competitive than it used to be. 90′s models had to freaking WORK to get where they were. But they at least had more of a private life, and there wasn’t the expectation for them to constantly be branding themselves and being active on social media and such.

    Today the modeling talent isn’t as necessary but these girls are basically selling their image all day every day. They aren’t a person so much as a product.

    I don’t think the two are comparable because the demands are SO different in multiple ways.

    • Lirko says:

      Good point, Erinn-had not thought of it this way before.

    • magnoliarose says:

      Not really. You had to work harder to get attention, and you only got attention through the work. You had to make it to the top, and then you had to distinguish yourself through work only. They became famous because the public responded to their images.
      The Instamodels are nepotism models. All of them are connected and started with PR teams before they even booked their first job and aren’t very connected to fashion or designers.
      They are more like celebrities who model but not the other way around.
      The term Supermodel is meaningless nowadays.
      But the work isn’t as easy as anyone thinks and there are long days and long hours of travel and wrecked sleep rhythms. I do believe they work hard but not hard to get there and not as hard on a daily basis. It is easier to post on Instagram or have an assistant do it than to hustle to stay relevant through work and appearances.

  9. Neelyo says:

    I think people compare them because of their looks and presence, not their work ethic. And the Insta-Nepo crowd doesn’t hold a candle.

    • teacakes says:

      Yeah, you know damn well none of this girl’s pictures are going to end up on any fashion moodboards 10, 20, 30 years from now the way the 90s models constantly do.

      Cara and Gigi might, they’re striking in their own right but this one? No way.

  10. MellyMel says:

    I’m not understanding how she’s doing 12 or 24 hour days…I never see her in ads, magazines or on runways anymore. The Hadid sisters (still) and Cindy’s daughter Kaia are getting booked everywhere. I don’t know how you’re working hard, when it seems like you’re hardly working at all.

    • jwoolman says:

      That’s been noticed before. She doesn’t actually walk as often as other models during Fashion Weeks. She seems like a rich dabbler. And apparently a bit of a liar also – she has to notice that the other models are working harder than she does.

  11. agnes says:

    “sentient rocks” *sniggers*

  12. Mrs. Wellen Melon says:

    Listen to the middle-of-the-night anxiety attacks. Make the changes you need to make to be at peace.

  13. Red says:

    Two things: she definitely got more than lips done. Her nose, eyes, and her cheeks have been tampered with. She looks ridiculous because she was a normal pretty girl before.

    Also, I hate when she (and other celebs) say that they works months at a time. SO DOES EVERYONE ELSE. I work twelve hour days where people do not cater to me. And I work twelve months out of the year. Please don’t.

  14. Lucy says:

    Honestly who cares ? It’s not like modelling was ever some super important job that these pretty girls constant possibly do.
    I say this as a model , lol let’s not pretend you actually care about the 80s models and don’t just want a reason to hate on a pretty young woman .

    • H says:

      @Lucy, wow so much to unpack in your statements. I’m going to be over here admiring my pictures of Linda Evangelista, who was you know an actual modeling icon.

      • Belle says:

        Yeah, anyone who doesn’t see the difference between models then and now doesn’t know much about good quality.

    • Naddie says:

      You’re right about one thing: I don’t give a damn about the 80s models, BUT if you don’t see difference please watch Freedom ’90, that’s just another level, in every level: looks, charisma, presence.

    • magnoliarose says:

      Hahaha! Ok, Lucy.
      Your statement is odd for a model, but maybe fashion isn’t your area.
      No one has said she wasn’t pretty…just not a good model.

  15. Rose says:

    Is anyone else cynical about whether she actually does have ‘full on panic attacks’ because I’m getting tired of people saying they’re having a panic attack when they’re not, a bit like when people are sitting one the bus saying the have the flu: if you have the flu you can barely sit up to say ‘i have the flu’.
    I’ve had a full-on hyperventilating panic attack once when I was 16 and it was terrifying, i thought I was having a heart attack and would die. It’s never happened since, i only got slightly close to it once when in bad turbulence on a plane 10 years ago. Why do people need to exaggerate so much? I just devalues the meaning of words.
    I adore the expression ‘dumb as a box of hair’

    • Happy21 says:

      YES! The panic attack and OCD comments people say so lightly infuriate me. My sister suffered from debilitating panic attacks since the age of 14 to the point of needing to go to the hospital because her heart was beating out of her chest, making her vomit and as a result making the panic attack so much worse. These are not trivial matters and can affect people’s lives and the living of their lives. And OCD, girl don’t even get me started.

    • Genessee says:

      That’s how I feel about people claiming to have phobias. Being a little scared or creeped out by something is NOT a phobia. A phobia is debilitating. A phobia is an irrational fear, it cannot be solved by reason or be explained away.

      I actually HAVE two rather significant phobias and nothing infuriates me more than people assuming it’s “just being scared” or that if I “think positively” they will go away. And saying things like “my toddler isn’t even scared of ___ like you” doesn’t help.

    • Naddie says:

      I hear a lot of people saying things like “oh, I have a major OCD about stepping on lines, I love to avoid them!” followed by a laugh… I do what Hulk did to Loki with them inside my head.

    • magnoliarose says:

      It is a new thing to say. Someone busted this angle as a way to garner sympathy and to seem vulnerable and relatable. You aren’t wrong to be skeptical. Some people do have anxiety and panic, but she and the Hadid’s PR is full of straight up lies.

    • jwoolman says:

      It’s hard to say. Her sister Kylie takes medication for anxiety. And her half-brother Rob has had a bundle of problems, I think he was actually diagnosed at one point with OCD and he really acted that way in scenes with the Cheetah Girl girlfriend. Everything in his apartment had to be just so. So there might be some truth to what she is saying, if there’s a genetic component.

  16. teacakes says:

    Yeah all that “hard work” posting selfies on instagram because those dead eyes would only be modelling for mall clothes if it wasn’t for high fashion brands being in thrall to follower counts. And even there, Gigi and now Kaia Gerber do better, I’d take them over this surplus Kardashian any day.

    And it’s not like she actually helps with sales, didn’t her Estee Lauder collection get scrapped after a year because of low sales? Meanwhile Gigi’s Tommy Hilfiger line is still on.

    • magnoliarose says:

      The numbers aren’t high for their projects. I think people are finally catching on that over half of those followers are phony accounts if not more. This is what will be the end of that trend.

  17. Bridget says:

    If you have to tell everyone how hard you’re working, you’re not. And her answer shows that she has no clue what people actually do to break in – sentient rock indeed.

  18. KBeth says:

    She is absurd.
    I miss the supermodels of the 80’s….the ones who made it based on their own merit.

  19. trollontheloose says:

    Most 22 year-old are either working or paying their student debt.. most 22 year-old don’t have the lavish style she has been given and no one to hand them over a nepotist job starting with a credit card at 12..

  20. Lela says:

    The models of today definitely have it easier, firstly they all come from extremely wealthy families and already had the connections established. Secondly it 100% gives you a leg up if Daddy and Mommy can float you a few million and give you a nice New York apartment so you can “follow your dream” and you don’t have to miss out on casting calls because you need to work some minimum wage job to still eat.

  21. Sarah says:

    She also had work done to her face before now. Lip injections way back when and likely a nose job as a teenager.

  22. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    These girls have zero notions of what life was like without social media. The comparisons of “work” are laughable. Remove all online activities, and go work your modeling career. The foot traffic alone would crumble these puff pastries.

  23. Myhairisfullofsecrets says:

    No, no, no, no, no, no. How on earth would she know how hard 90s models worked? She was a squealing infant in her nanny’s arm in 1995! Girl, please.

  24. my3cents says:

    Well, if the world seems harsh at times she could always just drink a Pepsi.

  25. Belle says:

    Please don’t give anyone in this family anymore animals. They just drop them off at the shelter when they’re bored with them, as if they were objects.

  26. Mrs.K says:

    Why do college if you have already millions in the bank account? Live your life and enjoy. FYI…Kendall would of never made it this big as a model without her famous family. There are plenty models out there x100 prettier and talented than her.

    • Iknowwhatboyslike says:

      You know, if I had millions, I definitely would’ve went to college and not just college, go all the way through to a graduate degree. When I went to college, because college was a way to live a better life, I majored in something sensible – something that guaranteed me a comfortable living. Growing up poor, I didn’t have the privilege to major in Art History or African-American Literature like I would’ve liked to. I could’ve, of course, but the fear of not having a better life than my childhood haunted me. So I majored in finance. In my next life, it will definitely be Literature.

      • Belle says:

        Same. I would have finished long ago if not for my debt! Wish I had the money to finish all in one shot. Unlike Kendall, most of us need the degree first in order to get the money.

      • jwoolman says:

        It’s never too late. Maybe at some point you can go back to school even if just for one course at a time. More colleges are actually scheduling some courses at night so people with day jobs can do that. You don’t have to actually get a degree, but that can be done also.

    • me says:

      I have to say, if I was already a millionaire before going to University, I probably wouldn’t have went. There would be no motive lol. Like when you’re in College/University, the idea of graduating and getting a good job is what makes you keep going. I don’t think I would have had the same motivation if I was already rich. I might have taken some classes “just for fun” but no way would I have gone to Grad school. It’s A LOT Of work, longggg hours, and a lot of dedication. I would have rather have gone on fun vacations and helped pay tuition for students who didn’t have money.

      • Geekychick says:

        if I didn’t go to college, I think I would. Because, at least in my country (when you have the will), college isn’t about learning some facts by heart, it’s learning how t be a scientist, a critical-thinking person who can parse facts from fiction and follow through logical conclusion; I think that is a really important skill in life to have-even more important, I think it’s one of the basic characteristics needed for enlightened life, for possibilities to do better for community, Earth without falling for mumbo-jumbo schemes.
        But If I went to college prior to getting roch, I’d just travel around the world, read books and maybe take private lessons from top scientists/proffessors in fields I was interested in, but didn’t know before that. because when you get the system of learning that works for you, when you know the due process in creating scientific papers/work, you don’t need to go over it 10 times. you can get through 90% of new content on your own. at least that’s how it should be.

  27. Iknowwhatboyslike says:

    What a boring picture and article.. In this interview, in my opinion, she came off as boring and lacking the inability be nuanced about anything. Does she really believe that SHE worked harder than 90s models or current unknown models? She likes to dismiss it, but she had a hella-of-a leg up from others. She needs to stop trying to sell that, “I pounded the pavement and worked tirelessly for my big break.”

  28. kimbers says:

    lmao she looks no better than any of the ladies I’m watching on ANTM. After “modeling” for a few years she still isn’t any better?

  29. A says:

    Brilliant and well respected? I thought he wasn’t even practising when OJ’s trial came around (and is only known as a lawyer because he acted as co-counsel on that trial – and not for his expertise, but b/c the two were friends and perhaps OJ had confided something about the murder to RK).

    • Sara says:

      He established a pay-as-you-go cheapo online legal advisory service because it was an easier way to profit from a law degree and had other business interests. He was not a brilliant lawyer and apparently had little interest in practicing law anymore until the bonanza of the OJ situation happened.

  30. Jayna says:

    It’s the filler in her cheeks that really changed her and hardened her. Sometimes it’s more. Sometimes it’s less. But I saw a photo of her at a basketball game and thought to myself, “Wow, she really is morphing into a Kardashian before my eyes with those fake lips and cheeks.”

  31. Nope says:

    No one seems to talk about the fact that Kendall hasn’t walked a major runway in months … literally.

    Whole seasons have gone past and she hasn’t walked in any of them — most notably Chanel (and Miu Miu obviously)

    She ditched Chanel when Kim was robbed and since then it’s been crickets …

    And that’s when she really started messing with her face

    • Nope says:

      And Naomi & Kate are still walking ……………

    • Aubrey says:

      Because of the pepsi add?

      • magnoliarose says:

        Because she isn’t very good and hasn’t endeared herself to anyone. She can’t walk and is like a lead balloon on the runway.
        There is a lot of PR going on but you only have to see who walks and who doesn’t to know where someone’s modeling career is at the moment.
        When the numbers aren’t matching the hype, then someone finally notices the trend and interest wanes.

  32. LittlefishMom says:

    She sounds pretty normal. She’s 22 and didn’t want to go to college. So what? I don’t see anything wrong with what she said. Don’t think it’s that deep. And if she does have OCD and crippling anxiety I feel for her. I have both and it just sucks

    • Fleur says:

      Ditto to all of the above (and me too, and it suuucks!). I liked the interview. I thought she came off as a sweet and grounded young woman, and I don’t think she’s dumb at all. (but then, after a decade of resistance, I finally started watching keeping up with the kardashians, and while one the one hand watching it for extended periods sort of throws me into existential crisis, I also get why people like watching it. They’re business women, doing their thing, without relying on a man to bankroll the family, so I give them no shade for it.)

  33. Canadiangirl says:

    There is absolutely no, none, nada, zip, comparison to 70′s, 80′s, and in this case, 90′s models. None.
    The glamour, the charisma, the presence of Christy, Naomi, Linda, Cindy, Yasmeen, Estelle, Carla Bruni, Tyra (old school), other models like Claudia Mason, Helena, Niki Taylor, Beverly Peele, Amber and Shalom… I mean… come on !!
    Nice try though, Kendal Jenner. UGH. 😩

  34. shanti says:

    She really is a dill isn’t she.. really boring with nothing much to say .. bet she would have NO idea how to look after her savannah cats and horses .. pay a team to do that .. just pose with them for Instagram

  35. ysoto says:

    “Stop comparing Kendall and Cara to Cindy, Linda, Naomi and Christy. There is no comparison.” Sooooo true!!!!!!!

  36. sunshine gold says:

    It’s very hard to explain to the benefactors of nepotism that they have had it easier – just by virtue of their name, family, wealth, connections, etc. It opens doors, regardless of what she thinks. It also means she’s never had to worry about making her rent, living paycheck to paycheck, etc. It’s why you get people like Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson say they’ve worked very hard for everything they’ve achieved. They just don’t get it and never will.