As the second youngest sibling of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, we can only assume Kendall Jenner has been taught how to work those Kardashian kurves. While she’s taking the modeling world by storm, we’ve seen Kendall grow into her own, and by grow into her own, we mean show the world that Kim’s not the only sister who can become globally recognized by her famous assets.
Kendall Jenner is currently owning the world of fashion. Not only did Teen Vogue name her the latest “It Girl,” the magazine gave her two covers in their latest September issue. She also landed the coveted 2014 Givenchy Fall campaign and causally walked the runway at the Chanel Haute Couture Fashion Show in Paris, all while filming her family’s hit reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
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Kendall and Kylie Jenner have taken their sister act north of the border, hosting Canada’s MuchMusic Video Awards last night in Toronto. They definitely weren’t the only famous folks at the show, and judging from our list of celebs who made major style errors last night, some of them shouldn’t want to show their faces ever again.
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Kendall Jenner may not be the reigning queen of Twitter that we once believed. Despite having over 7 million followers, at least 4 million of those accounts are inactive or fake users. Did she buy all these followers? It’s quite possible. Celebrities are known for beefing up their status on Twitter.
Zooey Deschanel is the latest celebrity to go makeup-free, sharing her best ***Flawless face with her millions of Instagram followers. In similar fashion, Kendall Jenner went au naturel, letting her sideboob breathe after a few days at the Cannes Film Festival. Because according to KJ, “a little side boob never hurt nobody.” Believe what you will, Kendall, but I think that’s up for debate.
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The days are growing longer and the temperature is getting warmer, which can only mean one thing: festival season is upon us. It’s time to prepare for short shorts, flower crowns and ridiculous costumes music fans will try to justify wearing to outdoor concerts all summer long. The first weekend of Coachella gave celebrities a chance to connect with their inner EDM flower children, while the MTV Movie Awards posed the challenge of getting dressed up for a formal award ceremony, yet still looking “cool” and “hip” to the kids. Not as easy as it looks.
Call us old fogeys, but when we were in high school and college, we dressed like it. Ripped denim, sneakers, tees, letterman jackets. Even when we got dressed up, like for the prom, we looked age-appropriate (if tacky) in ruffles and kitten heels. Shockingly, this dress code no longer applies to today’s teen queens– especially celebs. We’re not sure when the shift occurred, but these days? If you’re fifteen through twenty-one, no one bats an eyelash if you’re dressed like a twenty-five year old cocktail waitress at a boob bar in the Valley. We’re talking crop tops, leather hot pants, fringed miniskirts, and plunging necklines! While super-hot on grownup bombshells like Rihanna or Scarlett Johansson; it’s not quite the thing for thirteen-year-old Willow Smith or sixteen-year-old Kylie Jenner.
Here, we beg the most scantily dressed members of Hollywood’s under-twenty-one set to please, please, put some damned clothes on!
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