Fresh off an impressive profile in the New York Times that explained the love affair between Kendall Jenner and the fashion world, the budding supermodel has landed on the over of the latest issue of Dazed, not once but twice. In the more colorful one, Jenner, clutching a leather teddy bear and wearing Junya Watanbe, looks like a Kubrickian nightmare. In the second monochromatic cover, she goes for the androgynous Beatle look in Marc Jacobs. Nice. Dazed says that Jenner is “changing the face of fashion,” and whether or not you agree with that statement is largely irrelevant because fashion doesn’t even have a face, it has many.
In the issue, which features the inaugural Dazed 100, a list of 100 breakthrough talents, Jenner addresses some of the more talk about moments of her ascent, like rumors that other models were bullying her backstage:
“That has never happened, ever,” she says. “I would see rumours of girls bullying me backstage and putting cigarettes out in my drink, and none of that has happened. Everyone’s been really cool to me. I’ve never had one girl be mean… so far.”