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Kendall Jenner seeking model to shoot for magazine cover

Published 11/10/2016

Kendall Jenner seeking model to shoot for magazine cover
Kendall Jenner seeking model to shoot for magazine cover

The model previously worked as a photographer for Love magazine with Cindy Crawford's daughter Kaia Gerber.

Model Kendall Jenner is stepping behind the camera again to photograph a shoot for Love magazine.

Kim Kardashian's younger sister first showed off her photography skills in July (16), when she styled and shot Cindy Crawford's daughter Kaia Gerber for the publication, and editor-in-chief Katie Grand revealed she wanted to work with Kendall after looking at her photos on social media.

"I'd liked some of her (Kendall Jenner's) Instagram posts where she had obviously 'composed' the images more thoughtfully than an average snap, so I asked her to take some pictures for the issue," she told Glamour magazine in July. "She jumped at the chance, saying she wanted to photograph and style her friend Kaia Gerber. Kaia's mum Cindy Crawford did the hair and make-up."

"This was so cool for me because it really does come full circle: her mom was my idol; I'm shooting my idol's daughter," Kendall added.

Now the 20-year-old U.S. reality star is teaming up with Katie again for the Love Me campaign, and she is using social media to search for her next model. The casting is open to anyone between the ages of 15 and 35.

"Katie Grand and I are looking for this generation's next icon, kinda like me, but a little less good," Kendall said in a video on Twitter on Monday (10Oct16). "Go online and post a picture of yourself with a #LOVEME17 hashtag on it and you basically say what you do, what you like to do, you can literally be a flea wrangler, like you could catch lobsters and stuff and it doesn't matter, we just want to know you. I just want to know you!"

The photoshoot will take place in November (16) and the chosen model will appear on the cover of the magazine.

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