Thanks to the fashion industry, Kendall Jenner has already learned some valuable life lessons.
At just 20 years old, the catwalk regular has graced the runways of the industry's most celebrated designers, leads her own fashion line alongside her sister Kylie Jenner and most recently celebrated her first Vogue cover of the September issue—a high honor in the fashion world.
"I cried like four times. I was super emotional about it, but it was really awesome," she told E!'s Zanna Roberts Rassi at the Target + IMG NYFW Kick Off Tuesday night. Not that we can blame her—wouldn't you shed a few tears, too?
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The cover is on a long list of milestones the young model has already achieved thus far in her career. While she hails from one of the most famous families in pop culture with a bevy of siblings, there are a few things only fashion could teach Jenner.
"You learn from people a lot because you're around so many more people than you've ever been before," she told Rassi. "There's so many people involved, so you learn from everyone around you and I think you learn how to treat people."
With yet another fashion month quickly approaching with New York Fashion Week launching today, Jenner will have to tap into that lesson once again as she gears up for hectic days and nights donning the newest works of the world's most revered brand names.
However, one show she will notably sit out of this season is the one spearheaded by her brother-in-law, Kanye West. Not to fret, Kendall will still be in attendance at Yeezy Season 4. "I'm not walking, but I'm watching," she told Rassi.