Grace Coddington: 'I didn't fall in love with Kendall Jenner...she didn't have to work as hard for it'
As one of the most influential names in fashion, Grace Coddington has seen it all.
The US Vogue Creative Director at Large has worked with the fashion bible for 28 years as a stylist after hanging up her heels as a model.
And while she's famous for discovering legendary supermodels and creating unforgettable fashion spreads, the 75-year-old isn't thrilled with social meda models Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid, who she says are largely booked on their impressive Instagram presence.
"It's much better when the girls are hungrier, and by hungrier I don't mean anorexic, I mean eager," she said at the Vogue 100 bash at Kensington Gardens - which was, awkwardly enough attended by Kendall's big sister Kim Kardashian.
"When they are eager, that's when you have a relationship. I've worked with Kendall. I didn't fall in love with her.
"I didn't have time. It was so quick. It's a much faster and you don't have time to have a relationship with these girls.
"By the time I worked with Kendall she was already really famous."
"She was a lovely girl," she added.
Earlier this year, the fashion legend said she hates the idea of models getting booked solely because of their social media following and not because of their unique look or personaity.
"It sort of annoyed me at first, but I do think both Gigi and Kendall are really good models, and that they could've [gotten where they are] without all that Instagram," she told Refinery29.
"It's just now that everybody is judged by how many followers they have and things like that - which is a shame. It's almost like, if you ram it down your throat, I find it unattractive."