Kendall Jenner shows off a classic red lip for the new cover of Harper’s Bazaar‘s June/July 2016 issue, where she models in a lying-down-only photoshoot and chats about her childhood and her off-duty style.
On her Childhood:
“For me, I don’t know any other way. We were brought up in this abnormal world, if that’s what you want to call it. I feel like a lot of people say that kids who grow up in that kind of world go crazy. But it has everything to do with how your parents raise you. I was raised so normally, or as normally as I could have been. It’s also a generational thing. I see my six-year-old nephew, and he’s on an iPad. It’s just what you grow up with.”
On What Job She Wanted as a Kid:
“I’ve always loved animals. I rode horses for 10 years, so I thought I was going to be a professional horseback rider and then a vet. I used to play these vet video games.”
On her Ambition:
“I am very ambitious. I love what I do, I love my job, and I’m OCD.”
On her Everyday Style:
“Most days I don’t care what I wear. You’ll find me in yoga pants, a T-shirt, and sneakers almost every day. My job is to wear something nice when I work, so I enjoy doing it then. But when I don’t have to, I’d rather just wear something comfortable.”
On the Paparazzi:
“Yes, they wait outside my house every single day. It’s so crazy to me because it’s stalking at this point. When I say every day, I’m not kidding. I don’t understand how that is legal. There should be some kind of Sunday off or something.”
“I’d rather someone around me be mean to them. [Laughs.] I’m always trying to be nice to them, but sometimes it’s hard because you’re human, and sometimes you have a bad day. Like if you’re getting into your car and you don’t say hi, all of a sudden you’re so mean. There is a balance, for sure.”
You can read more of Kendall’s interview here! Also, be sure to pick up the new issue of the magazine when it hits newsstands on May 24th to see Kendall’s full feature!