8 Ways Kylie Is Failing To Keep Up With Kendall

  
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Sibling rivalry is taken to an entirely new level when it comes to the Jenner/Kardashian family, especially between Kendall and Kylie Jenner. The two sisters who are close in age at 17 and 19, have already made their mark as celebrities in what has been called the age of “Social Media Modelling” by Harper’s Bazaar and “the Instagirl era” by Vogue. And while the two are both undeniably on their way to stealing the spotlight from their older siblings, it’s Kendall that’s really coming out in front. Here are 8 ways that Kylie is failing to keep up with Kendall.

8. Mega Modelling Campaigns

Kylie has publicly said that she knows modelling is Kendall’s domain and that can’t be denied by anyone. Currently starring in a Fendi marketing campaign shot by Karl Lagerfeld himself, Kendall Jenner got her start in modelling when she was just 14-years-old when she was signed by Wilhelmina Models. She quickly scored a campaign for Forever 21 and appeared in Teen Vogue. Since then, she has done countless campaigns and print jobs for magazines including Calvin Klein and Givenchy. When she announced over social media that she was the new global face of Estée Lauder, the company’s Instagram account grew by 50,000 new followers, within 3 days. She has also been ranked as the #1 most followed model on Facebook and Instagram and #2 most followed model on Twitter behind Tyra Banks. Are you following?

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7. Ruling the Runway

Kylie has also conceded the runway to her big sister, with Kendall appearing on just as many catwalks as magazine covers. Kendall first made her runway appearance at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in 2011 and since then has worked the runway for Marc Jacobs, Giles Deacon, Givenchy, Chanel, Donna Karan, Diane Von Furstenberg, Tommy Hilfiger, and countless others. Want a few more names? Kendall has also strut her stuff for Alexander Wang, Vera Wang, Michael Kors,  and Oscar de la Renta.

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