Kendall Jenner Unveils Her Raine 'Innovate' Cover Issue
Stepping out to celebrate and raise attention to her front page fabulousness, Kendall Jenner took to a Calabasas Barnes & Noble bookstore to sign copies of her Raine magazine cover issue on Saturday (August 18).
While younger sister Kylie was photographed roaming the grounds with a giant Charmin bear in her arms, 16-year-old Kendall dutifully grabbed a seat at her special guest booth and penned copy upon copy of the publication's 'Innovate Issue'
As for the details about her magazine gig, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" cutie donned bright and colorful apparel from H&M along with Zara for the darling shoot, which was held at The Backyard in The W Los Angeles-Westwood.
Meanwhile, a few of the highlights from Miss Jenner's accompanying interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Raine!
On her personality:
"I have to have everything perfect. It works in my favor when getting ready. For example, when someone is doing my makeup and I see something that no one else sees and then fix it, I feel confident."
On getting her start in modeling:
"My whole family inspired me. I would take pictures of myself and they would be on my compute. My sisters and my mom said they looked amazing and that I have to do something about it. My dad, at first, preferred me being the horseback rider but now the modeling has grown on him. He thinks it’s good at my age to have a job; it will prepare me for the future. "
On what she does in her spare time:
"During the summer I try to go surfing as much as I can with my sister [Kylie]. We have a lot fun with it because we’re not trying to be pro’s. I love horses! I rode for 10 years. That was my main thing since I was two years old. Also, a year after I started modeling, I got into cheerleading at school.”
On how her life has changed since "Keeping up with the Kardashians:"
"Now I am so cautious with whom I become friends with and whom I talk to. I need to really know the person and really trust the person to let them into my life. "