Kendall Jenner says Kardashian link didn't help her modeling career

Kendall Jenner says Kardashian link didn't help her modeling career
Kim Kardashian, left, fashion designer Olivier Rousteing and Kendall Jenner pose before a party hosted by Vogue this month in Paris. (Thibault Camus / Associated Press)

In an interview in Love magazine, Kendall Jenner, who most recently walked in Chanel's Haute Couture show this month, says breaking into the world of high-fashion modeling was harder -- not easier -- because of her name. (She's the daughter of Olympian Bruce Jenner and half-sister of Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian.)  [The Cut]

It's National Lipstick Day, just so you know. [WWD]

Amazon launched a new 3-D printing marketplace on its website Monday, allowing customers to customize a number of things -- including wallets and jewelry -- that are then 3-D printed and shipped out. [Los Angeles Times]

Fashion house Fendi is teaming with Chateau Group to build a waterfront condominium project in Miami. [WWD]

Julya Johnson, a meteorologist at WATE-TV in Knoxville, Tenn., posted on Facebook a viewer's letter criticizing the way she dresses. Johnson said it is not possible to please everyone so she dresses to please herself. "If I had known being on People's list of 'best dressed' mattered more than an accurate forecast, I could've saved a ton of money on that meteorology degree," she wrote. [People]

Net-a-Porter Chief Executive Mark Sebba plans to retire. [WWD]