Imagine if Kendall Jenner, who was part of TIME Magazine's Most Influential Teens in 2013, was cast in a role as a computer programmer. How many young girls would want to learn to code? Scoff if you will, but it's true.
@MertAlas & @MacPiggott gather a few (insta) celebrity friends and their legions of followers for some serious social networking.
Most of New York shut down last Friday because of "Nemo" the snowstorm, but I had the privilege of sitting down with Kendall and Kylie Jenner to talk about their new fashion line.
It's not too much of a stretch to consider the Kardashian clan as the modern day Bennet family, but for the sake of the youngest members let's hope it's not too late to rewrite their story.
So Kris, the question is: Why is it more important for you to let the world know that you're still young and sexy, than to be a strong and inspiring role model to your young daughters?
Hooray for Kendall Jenner, who had the good sense to reject her PR-minded mom Kris Jenner's plan for an expensive, over-the-top Sweet 16 bash in the Bahamas!
Most of you know me from TV and fashion mags, but today I want to talk about something else that's very important to me --helping our generation make a difference.
Notice to celebrities -- the time for drugging, and partying it up beyond the max, is OVER!
I'm not particularly bothered by the younger Kardashian/Jenner's passage through the Lindsay Lohan tollbooth on the Highway to Hell. No, these pics scare me because I'm worried about us old women.