Kylie Rebuts Claims Her Style Is Influenced by Partner Timothée

Kylie Jenner is responding to those who have shared their thoughts on her recent shift towards a more conservative look.

During an interview with The New York Times published last Thursday, the 26-year-old creator of Kylie Cosmetics was asked to respond to critiques suggesting her newfound fashion sense is influenced by her current partner, Timothée Chalamet.

Rumours of her connection with the 28-year-old actor have been circulating since 2023.

Reacting to this, Jenner said, “I’m not sure how to feel about that statement. I prefer not to delve into personal matters.”

Jenner mentioned her unawareness of such speculation, emphasizing her intent to solely focus on feedback regarding her business ventures and products, rather than comments about her looks or private life.

The New York Times mentioned Jenner’s choice of a “puff-sleeve ‘cottagecore’ maxidress” she wore the previous summer.

However, the television personality from The Kardashians attributed her fashion transformation to the birth of her son, Aire Webster, who is 2 years old.

“It takes me a while after having a baby to feel like myself again,” she explained. “Then you get your body back, and you realize the trends have changed.”

Jenner also opened up about how continuous scrutiny over her looks has taken a toll on her emotionally, in her conversation with the NYT.

The publication reported how even a single picture taken under harsh lighting could trigger speculative stories by plastic surgeons about her possibly undergoing more cosmetic surgeries.

“It’s just years and years of not feeling like my face or looks are accepted,” she remarked. “There’s nothing anyone could ever say now that would hurt me.”

At an event in late February celebrating the launch of her clothing line, the former star of Keeping Up with the Kardashians showcased a black tube top with unique cut-out straps and pants featuring a cut-out foldover design from the fourth release of her Khy collection.

Her choice of attire continued to lean towards the conservative side.