Kylie Jenner A Plastic Doll In Controversial Photoshoot


Donning a bob wig, a gold cast to cover her chest and not much else, the reality star could easily be mistaken for a high-fashion model. [Photo: Instagram/Kylie Jenner]

Kendall Jenner isn’t the only Jenner sister to take the modelling world by storm – Kylie’s proved that she’s just as able to make a splash on a magazine cover. Take her latest photoshoot with Interview magazine, for example.

The 18-year-old posed for possibly her most risqué snaps yet, flashing her bum, straddling a model and angering fans by posing in a wheelchair. And we thought Kim Kardashian was the family member that had shot the most controversial pics.

The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan is the magazine’s December/January cover star and, frankly, looks terrifying in the photos. She achieved the extreme plastic doll look by taping her face – proving she’ll stop at nothing to achieve the perfect picture.

“Plastic doll vibes,” Kylie captioned a photo from the shoot with Stephen Klien. “Pulling my face back with tape all day was much worth it for this amazing art cover. So dope!”


The 18-year-old revealed her face was “taped” all day to achieve this doll look. [Photo: Instagram/Kylie Jenner]


It’s the kind of shoot that Kylie’s half-sister Kim is famous for. [Photo: Instagram/Kylie Jenner]

The star shared a number of other images on Instagram, including one of her licking an ice cream while scantily clad in a latex bodice and gloves and another showing her flaunting her (perfect) bum in a pair of backless skintight trousers.

But the photos haven’t received an entirely positive response. Another couple of images, shared on Interview’s website, show the reality star sat in a gold wheelchair – a prop that has caused a stir. A number of Jenner’s fans have labelled her an “ableist” and critiscised over social media.


Photos of Jenner in a gold-framed wheelchair have caused the reality star to be branded as “ableist”. [Photo: Interview]

One woman on Twitter tweeted Jenner, writing, “Wow being in a wheelchair is so fun and fashionable! #Ableism is the ultimate fashion statement!”

Another was quick to slam the photos, tweeting she was upset that Jenner used a wheelchair as “a f***ing prop”.

“Ableism is not a joke,” she added.

This isn’t the first time that Jenner has offended her fans. She was slammed in July after posting a photo on Instagram with her hair in cornrows, leading “The Hunger Games” actress Amandla Stenberg to accuse her of “appropriating black culture”.


Another latex ensemble ensured Jenner cheekily flashed her bum for the camera. [Photo: Instagram/Kylie Jenner]

But despite all the drama, Jenner claims she would love a “quieter future” and spoke about her “real” self in the shoot’s accompanying interview. She claimed that she wouldn’t wear make-up if she didn’t have to and that she’s “way flashier on instagram and snapchat, because [she feels] like that’s what people want to see.”

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