It Happened: Kendall Jenner Made Her U.S. Vogue Debut

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There might not have been enough room nestled between Joan Smalls and Cara Delevingne on the cover, but Kendall Jenner fit seamlessly into Vogue's supermodel-packed September issue. So seamlessly, in fact, that the budding model's big Vogue debut has gone relatively unnoticed until now.
Reports of a Demarchelier spread surfaced earlier this summer, but the final product had gotten little attention until Fashionista broke the news today. Of course, Vogue aficionados would've spotted the Jenner deep into their September reading — 656 pages deep, to be exact.
For her major print moment — an instructional on scarf-wearing — the 18 year old sports all Alexander Wang and was, indeed, shot by Patrick Demarchelier. The best part is, this is no promotional shoot for a Keeping Up wedding special. It's not even a follow-up to Kimye's cover, or an interview with the reality-star-turned-couture-model. It's just Kendall, doing her (professional) thing, all while showing us creative ways to tie our scarves this fall.
This is Kendall's first appearance in American Vogue, and it falls right in line with her already blockbuster month of September: She landed her first solo September cover for Teen Vogue, her first big campaign — Givenchy, no less — and she took to the VMAs red carpet like a pro, at least in our opinion. Like it or not, Kendall Jenner's star is on the rise. Now, who do you think has already booked her for NYFW?

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