"That has never happened, ever," she says (via The Cut). "I would see rumors of girls bullying me backstage and putting cigarettes out in my drink, and none of that has happened. Everyone's been really cool to me. I've never had one girl be mean ... so far."
Dazed magazine boldly declares that Kendall is "changing the face of fashion," and clearly, Kendall is now at least a pro at pulling off high-fashion looks.
Behold, these artsy covers for the magazine. Kendall rocks a futuristic Junya Watanabe ensemble and holds a red leather teddy bear for the main cover, and sports a Marc Jacobs military jacket, dramatic lashes a la Twiggy and manages to make a bowl haircut look edgy for the alternate cover.
Kendall also dishes on her close relationship with her famous family in the magazine, and seems especially excited about getting approval from her brother-in-law Kanye West.
"Every show, no matter how many shows I've done, I get a text message from every single one of them," she says about the tight-knit Kardashian clan. "But I love it. I couldn't ask for a better reaction. The other day Kanye hugged me and was like, 'Yo, I'm really proud of you.' And I was like, 'REALLY?!' It's so sweet to hear that."
Though don't think she owes her modeling career to her famous connections.
Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci -- who's famously close friends with Kanye -- recently told The New York Times that his decision to pick Kendall for Givenchy's latest runway show was solely based on her "dark, edgy beauty."
"I didn't do it because of my links to her sister or to Kanye, as everyone seems to believe," he told the newspaper. "I only chose Kendall because I thought she was amazing, a striking, dark, edgy beauty, exactly the way I like them."