She may not have gotten the cover of Vogue‘s glorious supermodel-packed September issue, but Kendall Jenner did earn herself a place inside the magazine’s glossy pages
Following reports of a Demarchelier-lensed spread earlier this summer, photo evidence of the Kendall’s long-awaited Vogue debut hit the web today (thanks Fashionista!), marking a milestone of sorts for the up-and-coming model. With no mention of her famous family, her reality TV past, or her own name for that matter, the feature puts the spotlight solely on Kendall as a professional model, a role she appears to have adapted to seamlessly.
Styled by Tabitha Simmons and photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Kendall appears deep in the magazine —656 pages deep, to be exact— in a front-of-book editorial about how to style a scarf. Short though it may be, the fashion shoot makes use of some big-name designers, including Alexander Wang, Hermes, and Marc by Marc Jacobs, and also features such other rising models as Sarah Greene and Anna Ewers.
The Vogue credit comes hot on the heels of what has already been a blockbuster month for the 18-year-old, who landed her first solo September cover for Teen Vogue, shot her first big campaign for Givenchy, and most recently, turned heads at the VMAs with her flawless red carpet style. Like it or not, Kendall’s star continues to rise. The only question now is: which designer will she open for this fashion week?