Kendall Jenner Says She Was Never Bullied by Her Fellow Models

By
Photo: Courtesy of Dazed

Another month, another high-fashion magazine cover for Kendall Jenner. Now the young Kardashian — head-to-toe in Junya Watanabe and holding a leather teddy bear — appears on the cover of the new issue of Dazed magazine. Inside, she gives an in-depth interview, where she addresses those pesky rumors that she's been bullied by other models since she started modeling. Unsurprisingly, she denies it all:

“That has never happened, ever,” she says. “I would see rumours of girls bullying me backstage and putting cigarettes out in my drink, and none of that has happened. Everyone’s been really cool to me. I’ve never had one girl be mean... so far.”

There's also some time spent gushing about her family and brother-in-law, Kanye, whom she is clearly still really excited about:

“Every show, no matter how many shows I’ve done, I get a text message from every single one of them. But I love it. I couldn’t ask for a better reaction. The other day Kanye hugged me and was like, ‘Yo, I’m really proud of you.’ And I was like, ‘REALLY?!’ It’s so sweet to hear that.”

The 12-look feature styled by Robbie Spencer is part of the Dazed 100, the magazine’s newly launched list of 100 creatives. Jenner comes in at No. 1, but the list also includes everyone from Kiernan Shipka to Ben Toms, the photographer who shot the cover. (It goes on sale November 27.)