Jenner has won praise from fans for showing up at the event despite suffering from acne, with one person telling her: "Thank you for being honest and fearless about your acne!" Her sister, Khloé Kardashian, said that Kendall has never looked so good before.
Though she was there for Vogue to support working women and pay her respects to the #TimesUp Movement, which was founded to combat sexual harassment and gender inequality in the workplace, some internet trolls unfortunately used the opportunity to poke fun of her visible acne marks instead.
And not phased by the online hate she's been receiving, Kendall then retweeted the fan, adding her own sassy message: 'Never let that s**t stop you!' along with a sunglasses emoji-face and a sparkle. I left all of the makeup on because we were so rushed and I went out and did my thing. She gave me hope and even a little confidence. But, where it really impacted me was how self-conscious I became about it. It completely ruined my self esteem'.
Jenner revealed she felt like "such an outcast" and covered her face when she spoke to people to draw attention away from the blemishes. "Sure, I had crushes in high school, but I wouldn't even think about looking at guys". "People forget that they're talking about real people who have real feelings and actually live their every day lives (for the most part) just like everyone else".