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10:13, August 12

Kendall Jenner lands Vogue's most coveted cover and gets a generation of models named in her honour.

It is official, Kendall Jenner is the hottest model in the world right now.

The 20-year-old reality turned catwalk star has landed her first cover of Vogue.

On Thursday, the magazine and the Keeping Up With The Kardashians celebrity simultaneously revealed on social media that she had not only made her cover debut, she had done so on its September issue.

Unable to contain her excitement, Kendall took to Instagram to celebrate while in the Bahamas for her sister Kylie's birthday.

The model said on Instagram: 'In a room with a bunch of people I love, looking at this cover made me cry. I F**KING DID IT. SEPTEMBER VOGUE. 'This is the coolest thing ever! can't thank you enough Anna, for giving me the honor.'

Wearing a matador-inspired couture ensemble from Gucci which featured just a jacket and pants, her hair falling over one side of her face and her mouth slightly open, Kendall pulled a classic Vogue pose on the cover.

Shot by the magazine's dream team, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, the cover is all about Kendall. 
For the issue's cover story, Kendall sat down with writer Jonathan Van Meter to discuss how she became the breakout model of her generation.



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