Inspired by the paintings of great Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, both girls sport slicked-back, center-parted, low buns and bright red matte lipstick. Kendall, 18, shows off her lean legs in a long-sleeve purple printed bodysuit, while Kylie -- wearing a long-sleeve pink dress (both looks by Ekaterina Kukhareva) -- stares into the camera with a wide-eyed expression. See more photos from their spread here.
The accompanying spread also features Kendall wearing a sexy see-through lace bodysuit and Kylie showing off her bod in a fringe mini and patterned blazer with nothing underneath. The gorgeous look-a-like sisters also coordinate outfits in several shots -- something that's not out of the ordinary for the reality stars. "She was obsessed with me," Kendall told the mag of her younger sister. "She followed me everywhere."
Kylie agreed with her older sibling. "If she got up in the middle of the night, I got up of the middle of the night," she recalled. "I literally couldn't leave her side. We even matched everything we wore."
In recent years though, the two girls have slowly gravitated towards their own respective interests -- for Kendall, modeling, and for Kylie, a potential future in design or acting. "Right now I love designing and I want to pursue that career once I turn 18," Kylie, 16, told the fashion mag. "But acting is something I would regret not giving a chance when I'm older, so I would love to try it and see if I like it."
Kendall's fascination with fashion and supermodels, meanwhile, started at an early age. "Even as a kid, I remember always looking at my mom's magazines, I would look up to them and I thought they were so beautiful and they seemed very elegant and cool," she said.
The beautiful brunette, who walked in Marc Jacobs' fall 2014 show looking barely recognizable and wearing a see-through shirt, has been inching toward the big time in modeling; she also posed for Vogue.com in various high-fashion looks. Kendall told Marie Claire Mexico that her supermodel idols include Gisele Bundchen, Miranda Kerr, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. "It's just something I really wanted to be," she told the mag.
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