Kendall Jenner is quickly growing up to be one of the world’s most recognizable models. The funny thing is, she’s not recognizable due to her modeling work, she’s recognizable for being a model while being a Kardashian. Either way, it may balance out pretty soon because the who’s who of the entire fashion world was at sister Kim’s wedding. Kendall’s Instagram style has morphed along with her newfound fame. Instead of doing basic poses, the photos she tweeted out of herself at the wedding were the likes of what you’d see in Vanity Fair, plus a filter. If you had any doubts, she’s currently in Vogue Italia. Her rapidly rising star is one of the reasons why she’s gone from having just one designer bag (the Celine) to all kinds. This one’s the Balenciaga City bag, which has been spotted on celeb arms well before Kendall was even on a TV show.
Winter holidays are coming up and it’s the season for doing good deeds and charitable acts of kindness. Some people do good just for the sake of helping others, even if it makes them look large-hearted and others just want all the glory without having to part with too much money! Kim Kardashian was raised in a very business-oriented household so sadly, she’s the former. The glamour queen recently asked her fans to go buy some of her clothes in sale for charity. What she neglected to inform them is just 10% of the proceeds go to charity. Where she lives in California, sales tax alone is 9%. Kim is worth nearly half a billion dollars but she would rather keep a few thousand more for herself rather than help those affected by the storm in the Phillipines.
Victoria Beckham also donated about 20 boxes of her clothing as well as that of David Beckham’s to the British Red Cross. All proceeds are going to the hurricane victims and her fans are ecstatic to get their hands on some of her clothes. Charity isn’t a competition but it’s almost criminal to tell fans to buy your clothes for charity before keeping most of the money for yourself. Sadly, this isn’t even the first time Kim pulled such a scam.