Model Kendall Jenner arrives at the 42nd American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California November 23, 2014
IN PHOTO: Model Kendall Jenner arrives at the 42nd American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California November 23, 2014 Reuters/Danny Moloshok

The February 2015 issue of the Wall Street Journal will have Kendall Jenner as a contributing writer along with six celebrities, including actress Goldie Hawn. The journal recently posted the list of six popular personalities, from different fields of life, who have shared their views on 'Youth' in the upcoming issue.

In addition to Hawn and Jenner, J. J. Arnett, professor of psychology at Clark University, Tim Howard, US soccer team's goal-keeper, Maira Kalman, celebrated Illustrator and writer and Dr. F. Brandt, a dermatologist and founder of Dr. Brandt Skincare were asked to "weigh in on a single topic," according to Wall Street Journal.

Jenner, 19, has already become one of the most talked about new faces of the fashion industry. She took the fashion world by storm in 2014. She was in high demand at the fashion events in London, New York and Paris. Last year in November, Jenner became the new face of Estée Lauder.

In her Wall Street Journal column, she has talked about growing up too fast, how she reacts to various incidents and what she thinks about growing out of her teen age years. "... I just turned 19 a couple weeks ago, and I'm scared to be 20 - it's the first step out of being a teenager ..." she writes.

Goldie Hawn, 69, is one of the most celebrated actresses of her generation. She won the Academy Award for best supporting actress in 1969 for her role in "Cactus Flower." In her article, she talks about how it is to be an actress and what it takes to go on being one. "...We get older every day, but youth is a state of mind..." she writes in the Wall Street Journal piece.

The journal has been asking famous fashion and entertainment personalities to contribute on various topics. Earlier, Taylor Swift contributed on music and the future of music industry for the July 2014 issue. She shared her views about piracy and talked about making music free. She also talked about some of the things that would never change about the music industry. Also, for the October 2014 issue, Karlie Kloss and Lucy Liu shared their thoughts and ideas on 'escape'.

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