Kendall Jenner Makes Her Vogue Debut

05/28/2014 at 04:09 PM ET

After sitting front row at London Fashion Week next to Vogue‘s Anna Wintour, landing a spot on the magazine’s Instagram and modeling for some very high-fashion houses (including Givenchy and Chanel), we figured it was only a matter of time until we saw the reality star in the pages of Vogue. Now that day has come.

Kendall Jenner VogueCourtesy Kendall Jenner

Though the first Kris Jenner offspring to earn a Vogue magazine cover was Kim Kardashian (with fiancé Kanye West), her little sister’s follow-up was certainly not too shabby. Kendall made her modeling debut for the fashion bible in the June/July issue of Vogue Paris, edited by Emmanuelle Alt. The 18-year-old Instagrammed (of course) a few shots of her featured pages, crediting famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier for the moody shots. She and the other models are styled with slicked-back buns, bleached eyebrows, winged liner and soft, unstructured dresses in one image, and in the other, they’re given a military vibe with strong hats, high necks and leather gloves.

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Fashion photographer Nigel Barker predicted that for Jenner’s modeling career to take off, “we need to see the big magazines endorse her,” and it looks like she’s officially got the stamp of approval of one of the biggest fashion brands in the world. Are you excited to see what she does next? What do you think of her editorial?

–Alex Apatoff

FILED UNDER: Kendall Jenner , Models

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Sarah on

She looks scary. I wish Vogue would use women who are pretty and intellignt. I am not sure if Kendall graduated from high school. She certainly would regret not being a teenager.

Paris on

Why can’t we have women who are positive role models in magazines? Women who are college educated and inspire others to make a positive, educated difference in the world. Why are we glorifying and idolizing false beauty and fame?

Nayeli on

Real life stick figures! …Live long and Prosper! LOL!

Mr G on

Vogue has lost all credibility by putting these tramps on their cover. American adults despise this family of pigs. It’s the ignorant teenage schoolgirls that follow them and they are not the ones buying their magazine. Guess they don’t care about image, reputation or future sales.

CaliWriter on

Hmmmm her nose isn’t super model enough. Too…..blobish on the sides. Look at the other girls, they look more….high artish. Like hangers.

mansaneo on

Let’s be honest… would she be gracing the pages of Vogue if not for her last name and those family antics? I don’t think she evokes “high fashion”. Seventeen magazine, perhaps. If anything, she’s cute.

CaliWriter on

Also, purple isn’t her color and who the he** if trying to bring back the ugly military look. Geez Vogue needs to get with the times instead of trying to take us backward.

Plus, Kendall is cutesy when she’s smiling but in those pictures she just looks nasty and angry with a big round, puffy face. Maybe the Vogue people did the look on purpose, some of them there are pretty mean.

careyjr3 on

Kendall is absolutely gorgeous.

Nope! on

They have that ” I could really go for a cheeseburger right now” look on them

Marianne on

Scary…she might have looked better if she had a neck. The other two corpses are more attractive, or at least less creepy looking since you can see they have a neck. .

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