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HOW KENDALL JENNER BECAME THE COVER STAR OF US VOGUE’S ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

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And why you should grab a copy right now!

Sure, the 2009 documentary by R.J Cutler titled ‘The September Issue’ has since created hype around the magazine’s annual anniversary issue – but this year is extra special. Its 600+ pages not only dictate trends for the coming season but also herald a new year for the fashion world; a time when designers, brands and the entire fashion industry makes a transition from summer to fall.

Anna Wintour, Vogue’s editor-in-chief, has ensured, through this edition of the magazine, that its readers get to experience the best of fall fashion by giving designers the first platform for showcasing their upcoming collections. September 2016’s US Vogue should be the single most important reference point for your new wardrobe shopping list and how to rebuild your wardrobe in 2016.

Kendall Jenner arrives at the American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

LET’S TALK ABOUT KENDALL JENNER 

Kendall Jenner is on the cover of US Vogue’s September issue, joining the legendary league of cover girls like Lauren Hutton, Isabella Rossellini, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Beyoncé. How did she bag this coveted status? Well, for one, she is Kim Kardashian’s half-sister and two, her Instagram profile boasts of more than 64 million followers. But that’s not all, there is more.

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Jenner is all of 20 years old and already a supermodel. She started modeling at the age of 14 and has walked the ramp for fashion stalwarts like Chanel, Givenchy, Fendi, DVF, Marc Jacobs and even Victoria’s Secret. She effortlessly moves from being one of the most sought-after models to a cool street style star and red carpet attendee.

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Although many will contest the choice, it’s not hard to see why Wintour chose her as the most important issue of the year. She is, after all, as Vogue puts it, “the face that launched a billion likes.”



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