Kendall Jenner's Vogue India Cover Upsets Social Media

Posted May 04, 2017

They swung between displeased and humored as Jendall's pictures, shot by celebrity fashion photographer Mario Testino, started surfacing online. He has shot with global supermodel Kendall Jenner in Jaipur.

For the cover of Vogue India, Kendall stuns in a lace black mini with an asymmetrical shoulder.

The model's latest mishap comes in the form of her Vogue India's 10th anniversary cover, which was unveiled on Wednesday. While the imagery itself, taken on location in Jaipur, was attractive per usual, it didn't go down well with everyone, with readers complaining that that they would have preferred to see an Indian celebrity or model instead.

As Mashable reports, the cover, shot by famed photographer Mario Testino, features Kendall posing inside the ornate Sambodhe Palace in the Indian city of Jaipur. "Pity", while user @takecarejules asked, "seriously? on such an important cover, you put the same overhyped non-indian model. what's the point of vogue india if you're not even gonna celebrate indian people". But as soon as the pictures of Vogue India's May Issue emerged, it left the Indian cyberspace disgruntled.

Having Mario in India was reportedly a decade-long dream of Vogue India's editor-in-chief, Priya Tanna. Seeing India through his lens offers a fresh perspective of the familiar. In addition to the magazine shoot, Mario is also releasing limited-edition prints of his favourite pictures from the publication, with all proceeds from sales going to the charity Girl Rising, which helps support the education of young women in India through storytelling.

April was one hell of a ride for Kendall Jenner. We tell you the real and fictional stories just to lure you so that you come and watch the film and it is something we always do and there are handful of films that do well.