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Kylie Jenner denies changing her style for Timothée Chalamet

Kylie Jenner denies changing her style for Timothée Chalamet
Kylie and Timothee - Source (Google)

Kylie Jenner has responded to critics who claim that her new, more conservative look is influenced by her boyfriend, actor Timothée Chalamet.

The reality TV star and beauty mogul, who has been dating the Oscar-nominated star since early 2023, told The New York Times that she does not want to talk about personal things when asked about the speculation.

"I don't know how I feel about that," she said. "I just don't want to talk about personal things."

Jenner, 26, has been known for her glamorous and often provocative style, which includes long nails, heavy makeup, and revealing outfits. However, in recent months, she has been seen sporting a more natural and understated look, with shorter nude nails, lighter makeup, and puff-sleeved white dresses.

Some fans and media outlets have suggested that Jenner's style change is a result of her relationship with Chalamet, 28, who is famous for his roles in films such as Call Me by Your Name, Little Women, and Dune. The couple has kept a low profile, but has been spotted together at public events such as the Golden Globes and Beyoncé's birthday concert.

However, Jenner revealed that her new look is actually inspired by another person in her life: her son, Aire, who was born in February 2022. Jenner shares Aire and her daughter, Stormi, 6, with her ex-partner, rapper Travis Scott.

"It takes me a while after I have a baby to feel like myself again," she explained. "Then you get your body back, and you're like, 'Wait, the trends have changed.'"

Jenner also admitted that she only looks at feedback on posts related to her businesses, such as Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin. She said that she is focused on expanding her empire and launching new products, such as a vegan makeup line and a baby care line.

"I'm always trying to innovate and do something different," she said. "I don't want to be stuck in one thing."