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On Wednesday, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 22, shared three pictures from her “intimate” Vogue Czechoslovakia cover shoot, photographed during quarantine from her Los Angeles home on her personal iPhone and against a make-shift backdrop.
The Kylie Cosmetics founder looks ethereal in the photos as she poses in front of a pale pink bed sheet, wearing a royal blue Balmain leather coat-and-corset ensemble (a custom design inspired by the label’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection) with black tights.
Jenner went shoeless for the at-home photoshoot and opted for a soft glam hair and makeup. She styled her two-toned hair in loose waves and paired her matte brown eyeshadow look with a dusty rose lip color.
"Wow😍" Sofia Richie commented on the second post, while other Instagram users praised the creative direction and overall vibe of Jenner's at-home photoshoot.
The makeup mogul's 2-year-old daughter Stormi joined her for the stunning Vogue Czechoslovakia cover, which reads, "Bedtime Story with Kylie Jenner & Stormi."
"New cover with my baby for @vogueczechoslovakia shot at home on my iphone 🤍," Jenner captioned the photo on Instagram, revealing that the shoot was done by fashion photographers Luca and Alessandro Morelli.
The Morelli Brothers shared a cute behind-the-scenes photo to their own Instagram, which showed Jenner and Stormi snuggled in bed. "Backstage at @kyliejenner and Stormi #VogueCS CoverStory shot via FaceTime 💖," they wrote.
In the interview, Kylie reveals that she "will definitely let" Stormi wear makeup, but she's not sure about the timing yet. "The question is when it will be," she says. "When I was little, I secretly used my mother's shadows. It left me a lot of freedom and encouraged my creativity. From the sixth grade, I went with purple eye shadows."
Despite her young age, this isn't Stormi's first starring role in a magazine. The toddler, whom Jenner welcomed with ex Travis Scott in February 2018, posed alongside her mom and grandma Kris Jenner for Harper's Bazaar Arabia's July/August issue, marking the then-17-month-old's first cover.
"I do understand how many young women look up to me and that I have to think about everything that I put on the internet, or what example I want to set for my daughter," Kylie said in the interview. "Especially now that I've had her, I think about that a lot more."