kendall jenner - the love magazine

Last holiday season, ‘The Love’ tapped America’s bad girl Miley Cyrus for their annual calendar teaser, wearing reindeer antlers and penis-checkered undies. This year, it appears Kendall Jenner also may have earned herself a spot on Santa’s “Naughty” list! The new model recently landed a spot in UK’s ‘The Love’ Magazine for their advent calendar, donning a sexy black lingerie set, sky-high heels, and a cute little Santa hat (because how else are you going to know it’s a Christmas shoot?).

In related news, Kendall‘s not the only one with her panties in a bunch! Model Arisce has written an open letter to Kendall Jenner, voicing her opinions of the Kar-Jenner offspring’s questionable recent success in the fashion industry. Arisce holds back no punches, as she complains that the reality star’s presence in the modeling world only “cheapens” the experience for other models, and for aspiring models who, ya know, actually have to work to get to Kendall‘s level of exposure. Check out an excerpt of the letter below.

“Backstage is a commotion circus of clothes, hair, makeup, yelling, Fashion TV interviews … it’s an Instagram overload! All the big names are there, your personal heroes including Hanne Gaby Odiele, Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls, Jamie Bochert, Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs himself — the list goes on! You’ve really hit the big leagues!


But wait, isn’t that a reality TV star over there in hair and makeup? Yea, that’s definitely a Kardashian or something. What is she doing here? Did she take the subway? Was she at the casting? What agency is she with? I didn’t see her last season … Does she need MORE fame? MORE money? A green card perhaps? Doesn’t she get enough cash from that show that all of ignorant America glamorizes? Didn’t her sister have sex with someone on camera and profit from the video sales to get their family its new line of limelight? This girl didn’t do and doesn’t owe half of what you did (remember, you’re NOT “KJ” in this scenario) to get here today, that much is certain. Her mommy surely called a top agency, got her in the door and the design houses just chose to milk her fame like the cash cow that it is. One by one like dominos from Vogue to Givenchy, fashion is selling out to the ignorant masses for money. What happened to the art, the cerebral part of fashion? Did it really all die with Alexander McQueen?

Would Kendall be as successful as she is now if it weren’t for her family? Unfortunately, because we each only get one shot at life…we’ll never know the answer to that.

Read the full letter at Cosmo.