Kendall Jenner reveals secret behind signature red carpet pose

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Kendall Jenner may spend her time posing for high fashion campaigns in her job as a model, but when it comes to the red carpet she has already perfected a signature pose from a young age after being catapulted to the spotlight due to her family's reality show Keeping up with the Kardashians. The 19-year-old has revealed the secret behind why she often chooses to stand the same way when arriving at glitzy events.

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Kendall Jenner has revealed the secret behind her signature red carpet pose

"It's because the shoes are good... And they're high," she told Harper's Bazaar, explaining why she often poses with one foot in front of the other. "So I switch from one foot to another a lot, like this."

"You have to keep moving your feet!" she added.

It’s been a busy few months for Kendall, who is not only the new face of Calvin Klein's My Calvins campaign, but also landed her first major beauty campaign as the face of cosmetics giant Estée Lauder.

The young model went on to admit that she remains in awe of make-up artists when working for the brand or backstage at catwalk shows.

The young star favours high heels at glitzy events

"To be honest, there isn't even one specific thing that they teach you: one trick or anything," she said. "They just have such refined technique: the way they know how to use brushes, the way they know how to blend.

"I watch them use different products when they do my make-up, and it's the best beauty education I could ever get. Learning from them is the greatest part of my job."

Becoming the face of Estée Lauder marks yet another milestone in Kendall's ever-growing career, but she previously described the exciting moment she found out she would be the face of the brand.

"I was so excited," she said. "I found out backstage in Paris and they told me I couldn't say anything. So I saw the text and I was like, 'Oh my god! I have to keep this to myself.' When I got to my room I started freaking out."

 

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