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Kendall Jenner is Modeling Again

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Hey, look who it is! (It’s Kendall Jenner, younger sister of the Kardashians, in case you didn’t know or care to Google it.)

Girlfriend showed up looking … well, kind of fierce for a *nine-year-old at the Project X premiere, a movie about young kids doing dumb stuff and filming it on camera. Here’s the trailer if you haven’t seen it yet:

I know, completely craptastic, right? But you’re probably wondering about the modeling part, aren’t you. Because frankly, Kendall is a rather striking young woman, and though a lot of people say that she’s going to make a ‘forgettable’ model, they’re forgetting something themselves – most fashion models aren’t considered in because of what their face looks like. It’s about how they hold themselves; the shapes of their bodies, the faces they can make, and how lithe they are. She’s got all that going for her, and I have to say, it’s apparent that she’s had a lot of practice. Here are a few of her recent shoots for White Sands Australia, a company that specializes in bathing suits – and not the trashy ones that Kendall was caught modeling back when she was fourteen (no, really; fourteen).

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See? It works, and it works pretty well, too.

What do you guys think of Kendall – not so much who she is or where she comes from, but her look as a model?

*Yes, I know she’s not nine years old. But in case you didn’t catch on just yet, I’m a big fan of ostentatious exaggeration.

4 CommentsLeave a comment

  • I think the more important headline will need to be “Kendall Jenner is Eating Again.”

  • I’m really fascinated by the generation represented in that movie. Although they tend to be very self-sufficient and have a greater chances for success than any preceding generation, they also are the biggest risk-takers, probably due to the two former points. Generational studies are very interesting. Each generation molds the next. No one should be grouped and written off. To learn anything, we must take the time to consider all aspects.