Kendall and Kylie Jenner Cover For Marie Claire Mexico Stuns Fans; Sisters Open Up About Their New Career As Novelists
By Staff Writer | February 27, 2014 09:50 AM EST
While it is still unknown whether Kim Kardashian will make it to the glamorous pages of Vogue, her half-sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner's cover for Marie Claire Mexico are garnering praises.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner's Marie Claire cover will be for the magazine's March 2014 issue. As opposed to their usual lengthy locks, the fashionable sisters channeled Frida Kahlo's hairstyle.
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Eighteen-year-old Kendall was clad in an embroidered purple bodysuit whereas 16-year-old Kylie wore a body-hugging pink dress. Both creations are from London-based designer Ekaterina Kukhareva.
Apart from the Kendall and Kylie Jenner's stunning Marie Claire Mexico cover, Kris and Bruce Jenner's daughters likewise shared about their latest endeavor as novelists. The girls will be releasing a fiction novel this coming June.
Kendall similarly opened up about her modeling aspirations. The Seventeen magazine beauty ambassadress explained why her childhood dream was to be a model.
"I always enjoyed watching and looking at high-fashion models and supermodels. I always wanted to be them. Even as a kid. I would look up to them and I thought they were so beautiful, and they seemed very elegant and cool," she said.
While she already made her runway debit for Marc Jacobs, Harry Styles' rumored ex-girlfriend mentioned Chanel, Burberry, and Ralph Lauren as her dream clientele.
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