12/4/2014 8:30 AM PST
Is it just us, or is the Kardashian family giving us so very many reasons to be thankful and feel blessed this holiday season? Usually, this time of year is all about love and kindness, that kind of thing, but this family seems to just want to bring us nudity, and you know what? That's good too. That's totally fine. Between Kim Kardashian's greasy ass, Kourtney's pregnancy nudey shots, Khloe's klassy kleavage, and Kylie Jenner's general inappropriateness, and now, of course, Kendall Jenner and her Calvin Klein bra and panties selfie, what else is left? What could this family possibly have to offer us?
Don't answer that, Kris Jenner. Or do. Please, please do.
11/28/2014 5:45 AM PST
... In semi-slow motion, nonetheless. There are other folks in the commercial for "Beats by Dre," but we can barely concentrate on any of that because seriously: it's Kendall and Kylie Jenner hopping around in bra tops and posing for the camera. Poor, poor marketing if you ask us ... at least K & K could have been featured at the end of the video so people actually made it through the majority of it before restarting it.
11/26/2014 3:30 AM PST
Kendall Jenner, guys ... we just don't give her enough credit for being wonderful and also gorgeous. Since she comes from such a large family with such strong personalities, it's easy to overlook her achievements in favor of, say, Kylie Jenner's shocking minor cleavage or Kim Kardashian's naked, oily ass. But that is wrong of us. Kendall obviously has something very special going on, something that puts her apart from the rest of her sisters, and that needs to be acknowledged and celebrated. And did we mention all the gorgeous?
11/18/2014 11:30 AM PST
We've known for a while now that Kendall Jenner had the potential to be one of the best Kardashian/Jenner girls. After all, she's been able to make an actual career for herself, and she's done it without trying to use her famous family name to give her a boost, so obviously she's got something going for her. And besides that, she just seems smart and fun, like she's as down to earth as she could possibly be, given her circumstances. And that makes her likable, and the fact that she's likable makes us want to scoop her up and give her some love when she talks about things like her parents' divorce:
"It sucked. But it’s not — I try to think of it as it’s not the worst thing that could have happened. I still am so close with both my dad and my mom. Nothing has really changed, except for the fact that now my dad lives on a beach, which is awesome. That’s not that bad... everybody’s happy."
See? She seems like such a sweet young lady, and in this crazy world, you have to nurture that. So please, Kendall, keep on with your loveliness. The world, as well as your very own family, truly needs it.
11/17/2014 1:30 PM PST
Kendall Jenner's definitely gotten a big, lucky break in the fast-paced world of high-fashion modeling -- from walking runways for Marc Jacobs and others, and now is the new face of Estee Lauder, she's doing the thing, and apparently she's doing it right.
During a recent interview with ABC, Kendall talks about what modeling means to her, and where her family fits in.
Here's what she said about being a "role model" to children, claiming "I would just always be looking at these supermodels who were just, like, so amazing to me; they were like superheroes. I want to be the best role model I can be to a little girl. Or to a little boy. Or to anybody."
Later, she discussed "banning" her famous family from her runway shows, saying, "Banned is a strong word. ... It was more of a mutual understanding. ... It would have taken the attention away from what I'm trying to do on my own. ... She obviously is who she is, and it would’ve almost taken the attention away from me.”
So yeah -- Kendall's striking out on her own, and she's succeeding. While Kim Kardashian tries to "break the internet," this is what Kendall's doing, and suffice it to say, it's much, much better than ... well, make your own ass-essments.
11/11/2014 12:30 PM PST
Kendall and Kylie Jenner are becoming these little fashion designer divas, and isn't that just so cute? They designed their whole collection for PacSun, and now they're out there, giving interviews about fashion, how precious is that? They even have little tips and stuff, and little explanations about their personal "style." It's pretty much the most darling thing we've ever seen.
Strangely, in this interview, Kendall, the fashion model, doesn't have a whole lot to say, while Kylie, the 17-year-old selfie taker, is willing to tell us all about fashion. Like this thing about herself:
“I change my style maybe every month. I’m like punk one month, ghetto fab the next, classy the next. I’m just young and finding out who I am. I get bored, I like to change my hair and style.”
And a very important tip about crop tops:
“I think you can definitely wear a crop top all through the winter.”
And this, about a faux fur vest in their line:
“It’s great for layering.”
You might think that Kendall would be the more knowledgeable sister on the topic of fashion, seeing as how she has an actual job in the field, but she only gives a couple of statements, like oversized sweaters are neat and it's fun to dress up for the holidays. Oh, and speaking of the holidays, here's what Kylie wants for Christmas:
“I definitely have had my eye on these lace-up thigh-high boots that are super cute. I’ll probably ask for those.”
Yes, Kylie, because another pair of sexy boots is exactly what you need. God bless us, everyone.
11/6/2014 6:00 AM PST
Oh dear -- feminist pioneers are rolling over in their graves now that they know that not only are women calling themselves "bad b-tches," but according to Kylie and Kendall Jenner's new sneak-peek for their holiday PacSun video, "best b-tches," whatever that's supposed to mean.
Check out the video -- it's dark, edgy, kind of creepy, and definitely ridiculous. And this is a brand being marketed to teens? No wonder the world's going to hell in a hand basket. ... Or in this case, an overpriced handbag. Oh. And those lips, too.