If anyone knows a thing or two about the workings of the fashion world, it's legendary magazine editor Grace Coddington, who's been in the business and working with the industry's biggest and most famous supermodels for like, FIVE DECADES.
So we're guessing that Kendall Jenner will be pretty gutted to hear Grace's latest verdict on the whole 'celeb model' craze, which has seen her and pals like Gigi Hadid rise to mega modelling fame.
Grace has admitted that she "didn't fall in love" with Kendall after working with her, and has criticised their squad for being "less hungry" for success than other models.
Chatting at The Vogue 100 Festival 2016 to an audience of passionate fashionistas, Grace said that, although she has worked with Kendall in the past on a few bits and bobs, she's not exactly her number one fan.
"I've worked with Kendall. I didn't fall in love with her," Grace spilled. "I didn't have time. It was so quick. It's much faster and you don't have time to have a relationship with these girls.
"By the time I worked with Kendall, she was already really famous," Grace added, before admitting that despite all of that, Kendall was "a lovely girl" anyway. Awks.
Speaking about the new breed of social media savvy celeb models, Grace said: "It's much better when the girls are hungrier, and by hungrier I don't mean anorexic, I mean eager. When they are eager, that's when you have a relationship."
It's not the first time that Grace has made it clear that she's not exactly a huge Kardashian fan. Back in April, she told Refinery 29 that she found the whole celeb model squad to be kind of "unattractive".
'It sort of annoyed me at first, but I do think both Gigi and Kendall are really good models, and that they could've [gotten where they are] without all that Instagram.
'It's just now that everybody is judged by how many followers they have and things like that - which is a shame. It's almost like, if you ram it down your throat, I find it unattractive.'