Kendall Jenner’s work has pretty much run the gamut in fashion photography and on the runways, and she continues to appear in very original campaigns, such as her photo shoot in Dazed magazine. Now, the Keeping up With the Kardashians star is taking her modeling skills in front of the video camera in an Andy Warhol-inspired pop art video for the outlet.
The old-school looking video shows Jenner dressing up as a cast of characters with hi-tech effects and glitchy-seeming video helping her transition from one to the next. The video brings Kendall’s three Dazed magazine covers to life, as she changes “the face of high fashion.” Having appeared on the runways of Marc Jacobs, Chanel, Givenchy and Balmain in her debut year, we can see why they gave her that description.
The spliced-together footage shows Kendall rotating, spinning and even getting distorted as she “jumps” from outfit to outfit.
“On the shoot, we tried to create different characters that were all me,” the reality star-turned-model explained to Dazed Digital of her photos, which were shot by Ben Toms and styled by Robbie Spencer. The characters include a hippy bike rider, a mod soldier and the model holding an oversized Coke
The 19-year-old’s three different magazine covers feature her dressed in Marc Jacobs and Junya Watanabe, but it’s the magazine’s main feature—a full spread that declares Kendall as its No. 1—that inspired the retro video you can watch above.
Although there had been rumors that Kendall experienced trouble from other models behind the scenes, she told Dazed that those were false.
“That has never happened, ever,” she tells the magazine (as reported by The Cut). “I would see rumors of girls bullying me backstage and putting cigarettes out in my drink, and none of that has happened. Everyone’s been really cool to me. I’ve never had one girl be mean…so far.”
With the support of her colleagues and her family, Kendall is living the modeling dream now that she has been named the new face of Estée Lauder all while nabbing a Karl Lagerfeld campaign.