Kim Kardashian's little sister Kendall Jenner will make her very own Vogue debut, just months after Kim and fiancé Kanye graced the cover.
The model, who attended the Met Ball last week on behalf of Topshop, will feature in an editorial for the glossy fashion bible.
Kendall was shot by renowned French photographer Patrick Demarchelier, who regularly works with Vogue.
Kendall was seated next to Vogue editor Anna Wintour at the Topshop Unique show at London Fashion Week in February
The news comes just days after it was reported that the beautiful brunette is tipped to become the new face of Topshop.
"Kendall is being lined up to be one of the new Topshop regulars," an insider said.
"She fits the mould perfectly. She's beautiful, tall, popular with teenagers on both sides of the Atlantic and will help expand the Topshop brand in the US."
During London Fashion Week back in February, Kendall was spotted sitting next to Vogue editor Anna Wintour on the front row of the Topshop Unique show.
Kendall attended the Met Ball on behalf of Topshop last week
Kim and Kanye's Vogue cover was controversial, dividing opinion with regular readers of the magazine.
And new figures have revealed that sales failed to meet expectations, with the issue selling up to 250,000 fewer copies than expected.
Anna's decision to feature Kim and Kanye came hand-in-hand with hopes to push circulation up to between 400,000 and 500,000 for the month.
But Mag Net Data revealed that the final figures for the issue will come in at around the 250,000 mark.
It seems that the issue sold better than the previous month, however, which featured Rihanna on the cover.
"The trends for Kim Kardashian are definitely better than the prior month with Rihanna, to the tune of 20 per cent better," Josh Gary, vice president at Mag Net Data, told New York Post.