The glossy is celebrating its mega milestone tomorrow night with a star-studded bash at the Rainbow Room in NYC, and Jenner is supposed to attend.
The excerpts obtained by People also reveal that his daughters Kendall and Kylie had once caught her dressing in women's clothing on camera. Guests expected at the viewing party include Demi Moore as well as designers Alber Elbaz, Ralph Lauren, Brandon Maxwell, Carolina Herrera, and Gabriela Hearst. "You're just like, 'Okay, cool'".
Recalling what happened, she said: 'My heart dropped.
It's a Kardashian family showdown! "Along the way, when I was sneaking around in the dark, I got caught a couple of times". I think of it as my family.
This statement might be a little bit surprising to some people considering that Kendall's older sisters have made a name for themselves through being girly.
"I've always been the different one", she said. "I mean, maybe I won't get out of the auto, maybe I'll just stalk them and see who shows up, but I'll try it!"More news: India ruling party leaders face trial in 1992 mosque attack
Khloé, the youngest of the Kardashian sisters and denim designer, is said to be particularly disappointed in Caitlyn, especially considering her close relationship with Bruce - showcased on the earlier seasons of Keeping Up.
The 21-year-old model, who has suffered from anxiety her "entire life", admitted to waking up in tears following a frightening encounter with stranger.
"There's nothing long-term or serious like that in my life", Kendall adds. "I don't think that's a weird thing".
Kylie is yet to respond to the situation, but having spoken out so publically about the young star, K. Michelle will surely be facing the wrath of Ky fans for a while yet. "So she figured she'd get it and just have it painted", the feature reads.
"We have a special bond", Caitlyn told Harper's, "because she's a lot like me in so many ways".
"I think it's something sacred". "Full panic attacks. They wake me up from my sleep, and I need to stand up and I pace and I'm freaking out and crying".