There is arguably little more that benevolent content facilitator Kendall Jenner loves than to Make A Case.
The case for the ponytail-choker combo? Jenner made it. The case for the nipple ring? Jenner was on the case. The case for diffusing tension in the war between social justice activists and a weaponised military class using carbonated beverages? That case has already been made like a self-improvement reality television series that was broadcast on MTV between 2002 and 2014.
Few have done more to advance the cause of metallic fabrics like Kendall Jenner has. Today, Jenner Made A Case for taking glo-mesh to bold new frontiers in Aspen, Colorado, where the model donned a metallic two-piece in a pastel pink hue from the Australian label, Meshki, all the while standing in calf-deep snow drift. “Fuck it’s cold”, Jenner captioned the photograph, which was soon emulated by her older sister, Kourtney.
“Exclusively designed in Australia”, the swimsuit – the Meshki Amalia Metallic Bikini – has since sold out in its entirety, with a restock promised for the near future. Should you still require further convincing in the unlikely event that Jenner did not make sufficient enough a case for your liking, Meshki describes the après-ski-kini as being capable of creating “a striking impression in [a] versatile hue and seductive cut” whilst doing utmost to “accentuate your shape [through highlighting] your cleavage in a comfortable fabric that gives off a luminous sheen in the sun.”
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