Kendall Jenner shot her own portraits at home for the Burberry TB Summer Monogram campaign

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Kendall Jenner backstage ahead of the Burberry show during London Fashion Week, February 2020. Photo by Gareth Cattermole/BFC/Getty Images for BFC
Kendall Jenner backstage ahead of the Burberry show during London Fashion Week, February 2020. Photo by Gareth Cattermole/BFC/Getty Images for BFC

The 24-year-old model has teamed up with the iconic British fashion house for their latest campaign. Kendall Jenner shot the images of herself for Burberry's TB Summer Monogram campaign at her home in Los Angeles.

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She became a photographer for the day, as she posed for a series of self-portraits to show off the new line. The new collection embodies the free spirit and optimism of the season. 

The lockdown shoot was directed by photographer Nick Knight, art director Peter Saville, and stylist Katy England. The collection was designed by Burberry’s Chief Creative Officer Riccardo Tisci, who had a unique vision. 

Compiled by Afika Jadezweni

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