Kendall Jenner Isn't Anything Like Kardashian Sisters

Kendall Jenner is the "Breakout Model" of her generation, the generation also referred to as Generation K on the cove of Vogue Magazine's most significant issue of the year, September issue. And not coincidently Kendall Jenner is the Vogue cover girl of September. In the exclusive interview Kendall opens up about some of the most obvious things people want to know about her relationship with her father Bruce Jenner and her transition as Caitlyn Jenner and some more. Being a member of the Kardashian clan who is making serious inroads in the modeling world and making her own identity in Hollywood, Kendall claims that she isn't much like her sisters and especially Kardashian sisters. Read her interview below:

Q: Her relationship with her sisters
"I've always been superdifferent from all my sisters, especially my Kardashian sisters.
They've always been into the glam thing and dressing up every day and being in the thick of it. Part of me loves that, but at the same time, I love dressing down and having my private life.
I remember crying in my bedroom about the fact that Kylie had so many friends and I didn't"

Q: How seriously she takes her modeling career
"Marc invited my whole family to that first show, and I was like, 'I love you guys, but can you please just not come?' I was trying so hard to be taken seriously, like, 'Guys: This is not a joke or a stunt; this is what I want to do with my life.' I had to prove that I could do it. And now I feel like I'm a part of something. I feel I have accomplished something that is mine."

Q: Criticism she face due to her Kardashian fame
"People say a lot of what they think, and it's not always positive. And we never say anything. We just take it. And then when people meet us, they're pleasantly surprised. Because we aren't what people think. One of the best lessons I ever learned from my sisters is not to take everything so seriously. Just leave it alone — it will pass in a week. That's how I grew up. My sisters are so f*cking strong, and they taught me and my little sister to just toughen up and not let it affect us. You know what's real."

Q: What had she learn't from her sisters
"Obviously, my success came after my sisters' — I got to see all of their mistakes and watch out for them. One of the best lessons I ever learned from my sisters is not to take everything so seriously. Just leave it alone -- it will pass in a week."

Q: Relationship with her father
"It's superironic to think about now, but it's something I can thank my dad for: how much of a tomboy I was.
That's why I think the whole thing—her transition—was really hard for me, because I was like, 'But you taught me everything tomboy!'
I knew it was going to have its rough phase, but it's all supernormal now. It's not weird at all. Sometimes I look at a picture of my dad when she was a guy, and it makes me a little sad — I get emotional. You have to get past it — you've got a new person to love. It’s kind of a blessing in disguise — if that's not the wrong way to say it."

Q: What was her feelings when she first found out about her father being a transgender
"one morning I woke up early and came downstairs into the kitchen. And as I was coming back out, my dad was coming down the stairs in, like, a wig and makeup and shoes — the full nine. And she didn't see me. I literally froze.
But my whole life we would, like, catch her, and we would be like, 'What is going on here?' I think we know, but do we? At one point Kylie and I thought he was cheating on my mom, because he had makeup and nail polish."