Kendall Jenner lands her first American Vogue cover shot by Mario Testino rocking Proenza Schouler. The issue is completely focused on supermodel where she meets up with a few friends to talk about staying grounded and making her brand bigger than ever. The story is written by Robert Sullivan, who followed Jenner around during New York Fashion Week, and it includes interviews with Karl Lagerfeld, Estée Lauder group president Jane Hertzmark Hudis, Tory Burch and Michael Kors, who compares the model to Ali MacGraw. Jenner’s brand power and social media tips are explored, in addition to a friendly exchange with NBA player Carmelo Anthony at a basketball court at Terminal 23 in New York.
Images accompanying the feature include shots by Theo Wenner. The story depicts Jenner with Anthony on the court, as well as the model with Burch in the designer’s New York studio. Jenner recounts her meeting with Burch, whom Sullivan identifies as the “seventy-third most powerful woman in the world, according to Forbes.”
The special edition will only ship to New York and Los Angeles subscribers.