This is so cool! Kendall Jenner and Willow Smith, two of the most influential celebs on social media, are the leaders of the Be Cool Be Nice anti-cyberbullying campaign. They’ve posed for a series of beautiful, Snapchat-filtered portraits in ‘Garage’ magazine to spread the word, and you can check out the amazing pics and video right here!
Good on you, girls! Kendall Jenner, 20, and Willow Smith, 15, are the faces of the Be Cool Be Nice campaign, which fights online bullying. They appear in the Sept. 8 issue of Garage magazine — which features Willow on the cover — in a spread of gorgeous photos layered with fun Snapchat filters (like the giraffe one) and inspirational slogans such as “don’t throw shade boo!”, “karma comin’ at ya” and “check it b4 you wreck it”. We’re obsessed!
Kendall’s natural beauty especially shines through in the shot where she sports the flower crown filter and bright red lipstick. Kendall has actually been a cover girl for Garage before, but she passed the baton to Willow this time. Willow is the star of the mag for sure, and looks stunning on the cover with dark plum lipstick and perfectly applied liquid eyeliner.
The coolest part is that the cover comes to life when you scan it with the Garage Mag app! You can see more pics from the spread on the Garage website, and check out an awesome video of the interactive cover in motion below:
Be Cool Be Nice is a campaign created by songwriter/producer Gerry DeVeaux. It intends to combat cyber bullying, and we think Kendall and Willow are the perfect choice to be the faces of the campaign.
HollywoodLifers, isn’t it great that Kendall and Willow are standing up for this cause? Tell us what you think of their magazine shoot!