Saturday, February 28, 2015 14:23 IST
Reality TV star Kylie Jenner has reportedly been denied a Vogue magazine cover shoot.
"Kylie told Kris to get her a spread in Vogue because both Kim and Kendall have been featured in the magazine," radaronline.com quoted a source as saying.
"Kendall has appeared in three consecutive issues of Vogue, and Kylie believes it's now her turn. Even though Kylie doesn't have as much modelling experience as Kendall, she thinks Vogue readers would love to read about her life," added the source.
"Kylie has been turned down. She was offered Teen Vogue, but was less than thrilled with the offer, and is holding out for Vogue," the source added.
Meanwhile, she's taking matters into her own hands.
After doing the catwalk at Kanye West's New York Fashion Week show earlier this month, "Kylie went out of her way to talk to Anna Wintour backstage", said the source.
"The Vogue editor was extremely gracious to her, and wished Kylie good luck. But Kylie just isn't on the same level of a model as Kendall is, and there is nothing wrong with that. There should be no expectation that just because of her family connections to Vogue, she will score a spot in the magazine," added the source.
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