Kylie Jenner appeared on the cover of «Vogue» Hong Kong magazine August Issue. In our gllery was added cover and full photoshoot photographed by Greg Swales. Enjoy!
Kylie Jenner appeared on the cover of «Vogue» Czechoslovakia magazine July Issue. In our gllery was added cover, main pics and bts, photographed by Morelli Brothers. Enjoy!
Kylie Jenner via Instagram: «i love this little baby so much i want to burst.. sometimes i just look at her and cry knowing she will never be this small ever again. who knew something so little could take up most of your heart 🤍 God made no mistakes with you storm baby ⛈ behind the scenes shooting»
Kylie Jenner appeared on the cover of «Harper’s Bazaar» US magazine March Issue. In our gllery was added cover for this mag and a HQ photoshoot, photographed by Morelli Brothers. Enjoy!
The offices of Kylie Cosmetics occupy the top floor of a boxy steel-and-glass building near a freeway just outside Los Angeles. If you were blindfolded and deposited in front of the building, and asked to guess where you were, you might say Utah. Gusts of cool December wind blow dead leaves and dust. Toward the end of my hourlong drive up from L.A., an actual tumbleweed rolled along the shoulder of the 101.
Kylie Jenner—22-year-old beauty mogul, mother of two-year-old daughter Stormi Webster (with her ex rapper Travis Scott), and youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan—is somewhere inside that building, in the midst of her transformation for her photo shoot for Harper’s BAZAAR.
Kylie Jenner for new «Kylie Cosmetics Campaign: Holiday Collection» In our gllery was added full photoshoot, photographed by Gerg Swales. Enjoy!
Kylie Jenner appeared on digital cover of «V» magazine Fall Issue. In our gllery was added photoshoot, photographed by Gerg Swales. Enjoy!
V Magazine: To celebrate Halloween and our first V!DEO cover, V presents Kylie Jenner as Marilyn Monroe in “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.”
In rocky times, there’s a general notion that pop culture and its icons are gratuitous. “How can you be talking about this while this is happening?” is the pervasive question. To a certain extent, that type of discourse is justified—some newspapers leave as much room for a celebrity’s newly-bleached eyebrows as they do our president’s impeachment.
But to discount the importance of pop culture in its entirety is flawed. We need moments like Kylie Jenner transforming herself into Marilyn Monroe—a vintage version of the celebrity archetype that Jenner herself now embodies—for the levity of it all; the sleepy mornings in the office during which “Did you see her Halloween costume?” tastes a lot sweeter with coffee than panicking over an upcoming presentation. Or perhaps the holiday dinners wherein uncomfortable family dynamics go undiscussed in favor of picking your favorite sister—“I’m such a Kourtney, and let me tell you why.”