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Kendall Jenner’s Vogue Cover Is Boring


Kendall Jenner, this all u got?

Kenny is the cover girl for the September issue of Vogue, which is a big issue and an even bigger move signaling Anna Wintour‘s approval of the Kardashian/Jenner Klan. Now, I’m not really impressed by these pics (Kenny looks like a little girl in fancy clothes and wet hair- where is the high fashion?) You can see the full editorial and cover story here, and the issue is on newsstands August 23rd. Here are some highlights:

Kendall learned from watching her sisters: “Obviously, my success came after my sisters’— I got to see all of their mistakes and watch out for them.”

When she hears ‘Kardashian’ used as a pejorative: “Oh my God, I totally get what you’re saying. People say a lot of what they think, and it’s not always positive. And we never say anything. We just take it. And then when people meet us, they’re pleasantly surprised. Because we aren’t what people think. One of the best lessons I ever learned from my sisters is not to take everything so seriously. Just leave it alone— it will pass in a week. That’s how I grew up. My sisters are so f–king strong, and they taught me and my little sister to just toughen up and not let it affect us. You know what’s real.”

Being non-judgmental about Caitlyn: “We’re very accepting of people and being different and being who you are. We’re not judgemental. But obviously it’s strange to having your dad, who was so male, completely reverse. It is definitely a gnarly experience. But my whole life we would, like, catch her, and we would be like, What is going on here? I think we know, but do we? At one point, Kylie and I thought he was cheating on my mom, because he had makeup and nail polish. One time we found those squishy boob things. We found wigs. And then one time I actually ran into her. In this house. She had no idea. She would wake up really early just so she could dress up and move around the house and get that little kick for the morning, and then go back to being Bruce— take us to school, totally normal. So one morning I woke up at 4:00 A.M. so thirsty, came downstairs into the kitchen, and grabbed a bottle of water. And as I was coming back out, my dad was coming down the stairs in, like, a wig and makeup and shoes—the full nine. And she didn’t see me. I literally froze. Please don’t turn left. Because she could either turn left or right. Thank God she turned right and— to this day!— has no idea that happened. That was the first time I had ever seen her…My mom knew. She knew since their third date.”

(Via Vogue)

I like that this interview talks a lot about Kendall processing their mother’s transition. But I also think that all of the daughters feel like Caitlyn disrespected Kris, which is probably still a source of tension.

And again, I think this cover and these pics are underwhelming. What are YOUR thoughts?

Photos: Vogue

Posted Thursday, August 11th, 2016 at 10:10am
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This Supermodel Is Khloe Kardashian’s “Spirit Animal.”

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And no, it’s not one of her many wigs.

Khloé Kardashian answer’s’s celebrity style questionnaire, citing this supermodel as her fashion icon and spirit animal. A hint: the model is more than ten years her junior, and pretty tight with her younger sister.

Find out the identity of Khloe’s spirit animal and the contents of the rest of her questionnaire, after the jump!


Posted Thursday, August 11th, 2016 at 8:08am
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Gigi Hadid And Olympian Ashton Eaton On The August Cover Of VOGUE


Vogue: brought to you by Olympian Ashton Eaton and…Gigi Hadid?

Ashton Eaton, is who Vogue calls “the face of the 2016 games in Brazil,” but it’s interesting how they didn’t want to pair him with a female Olympian, instead, they put uber-popular Gigi in a shoot with him. You know, to make sure people CARED. Eaton has been in deep training in Santa Barbara for the Rio Olympics, so Gigi and crew came to him. Half of the interview is about Gigi, and half is about Ashton Eaton. You can read the full piece here, because I KNOW you care.

This is Gigi’s first American Vogue cover- and she looks good. But Ashton helps! Check some pics out below, along with a video of the shoot!

Photos: VOGUE

Posted Thursday, July 14th, 2016 at 10:10am
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Amy Schumer Doesn’t PLAY Games, She REDEFINES Them.


Amy Schumer is still kicking A.

Last year was definitely Amy Schumer’s year, and I’m curious about how she’s going to follow up her year of comedy specials, hit movies and her killer TV show. I know she has a new book coming out, but still. 2015 was SO BIG for her. Anyhow, I was drawn to this Vogue piece to get some answers, as Amy is on the cover of their July issue. You can read the full interview (by Jonathan Van Meter) here, but here are some highlights:

Her hustle: “I wouldn’t know what motivates Tina Fey and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. This insatiable drive. I have it too. Sometimes I feel like they’re hustling, they want something, and they’re not going to stop until they get it, and they play the game. I am very into making up my own rules. Like, I don’t want to play the game and succeed at it. I want to redefine it. That’s the only way I can deal with it. Maybe that’s naïve.”

She doesn’t get fashion: “I don’t think it’s stupid; there’s no moral reasoning. It’s just not my thing. I just have this sense of entitlement that I should be able to feel comfortable at all times, like I could go to bed at any moment in what I’m wearing.”

Her feminism & liberalism: “I have this innate need to say things that I think are important for people to hear. And I can’t stand injustice, so even if it makes people uncomfortable, I’m not afraid enough to conflict to keep my mouth shut.”

Taking care of herself & love: She is a devoted practitioner of TM, avails herself to weekly acupuncture sessions, doesn’t touch caffeine, juices every morning, and enforces a prayer circle with her family and crew before each show. She is also seriously involved with Ben Hanisch, a 29-year-old furniture designer in Chicago. “We’re in love,” she says. “And we’re still in a total honeymoon phase. It’s a real relationship. Who knows what will happen, but we’re real good right now.”

(Via Vogue)

Nothing really about her book popped out at me, which is good. But maybe it’s more of a healing year for her, versus a “get s*it done” year? Ebb and flow, baby. Ebb and flow.


Photos: Vogue

Posted Thursday, June 16th, 2016 at 11:11am
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