The youngest of the KarJenner sisters, Kylie Jenner, has landed her first ever Vogue cover. Vogue Australia shared the exciting news that the young billionaire to-be will be on their September issue, talking about everything from life as a new mom to her popular lip kits and makeup empire.
The cover photo was shot by photographer Jackie Nickerson, and Kylie is front and center in a blazer we could definitely see Kris Jenner wearing and some cute satin shorts. Her glam is much more toned down than what we are used to seeing the lip kit mogul in, with a barely-there neutral makeup look, and what seems to be her natural hair. Kylie has been open about her love for wigs and weaves, saying it's a great way to change up your hair length, style, and color without damaging your real hair.
Both Kylie and her sister Kendall are used to being interviewed since they've been in the spotlight for almost as long as they can remember, and as reported by Teen Vogue, it is actually Kendall Jenner who does the interviewing, which probably makes for an even more candid and openhearted piece.
Kylie speaks about her role in the Kardashian-Jenner family, on which she says she thinks she's either the funny one or the troublemaker. Anyone who's been keeping up since the very beginning remembers a nine-year-old Kylie and the infamous stripper pole, so perhaps either could be right! She also talks about how she has changed since becoming a mom to daughter Stormi, explaining how she lives less "in the moment" now and thinks more about the future, but how she remains a positive person focusing on the good things in life.
As envious her life may seem, Kylie also talks about how what she wants the most and values the most are the things that money can't buy. Being able to buy her dream car(s) and her dream home is obviously great, but according to Jenner, what truly makes her happy are her family and friends. It does seem the youngest KarJenner has, to use her own words, "like realized things", and we only have to wait and see what the future holds.