She may have been snubbed from the pages of Vogue, but Kylie Jenner's career isn't exactly stalled.
The reality tv star has, at 17, more covers than the average celebrity in their lifetime, and she's showing no signs of slowing down.
Kylie features on two different covers of the latest edition of Fault Magazine, in which she details her struggles with life in the public eye.
"I definitely feel pressure to act a certain way, but I try my best not to let it affect me — although there are times where I’m not totally myself because of that. Even at the mall I feel like I can’t totally be myself," she told the magazine.
"As far as fans are concerned, she wants people to realize that there’s more to her than what they "see."
It comes days after she was reportedly told that she won't be appearing in US Vogue anytime soon - unlike her sisters Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian, who are both the new golden girls of Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour.
"Kylie told Kris to get her a spread in 'Vogue' because both Kim and Kendall have been featured in the magazine,” a source told Radar Online.
“Kendall has appeared in three consecutive issues of 'Vogue,' and Kylie believes it’s now her turn. Even though she doesn’t have as much modeling experience as Kendall, she thinks 'Vogue' readers would love to read about her life.”
The budding fashionista, who Kim often hails as her style hero, made a beeline for Wintour backstage at New York Fashion Week, where she modelled for Kanye West's Adidas collaboration.
Anna Wintour was reportedly "extremely gracious" to her, "ut Kylie just isn’t on the same level of a model as Kendall is, and there is nothing wrong with that."