Kendall Jenner is set to appear in the US edition of Vogue.
According to E! News, the 18-year-old beauty has been photographed by acclaimed snapper Patrick Demarchelier for the forthcoming feature, while he has also taken photos of Sean Penn's daughter Dylan for the edition.
Kendall is keen to build on her experience in the modelling industry and carve out a career, having made her mark on the fashion world at New York Fashion Week in February, where she walked the runway for top designer Marc Jacobs.
Her successful stint subsequently saw her hired by Giles Deacon at London Fashion Week and by Chanel during Paris Fashion Week, cementing her reputation as a high-end model.
Kendall's stunning looks have also caught the attention of Topshop founder Sir Philip Green, who is said to be lining up the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star to be the face of his high street brand.
Kim, 33, previously gushed about her sister talent, saying: ''She works her butt off! She just goes to casting after casting.
''I'm so proud of her that she - for her first Fashion Week - was able to achieve all the shows she was able to walk in. She's living her dream and it's so inspiring to watch her.''
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