Kendall Jenner's Vogue Debut: E! Star Shot for Upcoming Issue of Fashion Magazine

Sean Penn and Robin's Wright daughter Dylan Penn also part of the fashion shoot

By Marc Malkin May 09, 2014 10:10 PMTags
Kendall Jenner, MET GalaLarry Busacca/Getty Images

Just months after Kim Kardashian appeared on the cover of Vogue with fiancé Kanye West, one of her younger sisters is set to make her debut in the fashion bible.

I can exclusively reveal that Kendall Jenner was recently shot by photographer Patrick Demarchelier for an upcoming feature inside the pages of Vogue.

And Jenner, 18, won't be the only celeb to appear in the spread. I've also heard that Robin Wright and Sean Penn's daughter, Dylan Penn, sat for Demarchelier. The 22-year-old model and acting newcomer as snapped by paparazzi heading into Demarchelier's studio earlier this week with her manager David Todd of David Todd Model Management.

Jenner began her modeling career by signing with the Wilhelmina modeling agency when she was just 14. Her first modeling job was a campaign for Forever 21. She recently walked in Marc Jacobs' show at New York Fashion Week. In February, she sat next to Vogue's editor-in-chief Anna Wintour at a Topshop fashion show in London.


Earlier this week, Jenner attended the Met Gala for the first time as a guest of Topshop. She stunned in a blush duchess satin strapless hourglass gown, which featured body contour seaming and dramatic volume at the hem. She completed her look with Tabitha Simmons heels and Chopard jewelry. Kendall also posed for pictures with models like Lily Aldridge, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Joan Smalls and Ming Xi.

After the ball ended, she ventured downtown to attend Rihanna's official after-party at Up & Down in the West Village. While there, she posed for selfies with Hailey Baldwin, Gigi Hadid and sister Kylie Jenner.

Penn began modeling last year with GQ. She has since booked gigs with the Gap, Ralph Lauren and appeared naked on the cover of Treats magazine. She'll make her acting debut in the independent horror flick Condemned.

"I'm trying out this whole acting thing," Penn told Treats. "It's hard to say for me because I've rejected it my whole life until now. I literally can't say it without laughing. My truest passion is writing so I continue to do that on my own while seeing what all the buzz is about being in front of the camera."