Celebrity Watch Kendall Jenner Rock the Vote in Throwback Fashions By Brandi Fowler Brandi Fowler Instagram Website In addition to her extensive fashion, lifestyle, and beauty coverage for InStyle, Brandi has worked as a writer and editor for E! Online, a fashion and lifestyle writer for Hello! US, an editor/on-camera host for AOL, contributing writer and red carpet correspondent for Variety and Cosmopolitan, and has also served as the Hollywood correspondent for Australia's 9News' TheFIX. Her editorial features can also be found on Vitruvi, MTV News, Madame Noire, Hello Beautiful and more covering fashion, beauty, lifestyle, travel, and entertainment news. Her articles have been syndicated by the likes of Health, Marie Claire, Essence, Shape, Yahoo!, People, and more. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on July 25, 2016 @ 06:30PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: George Pimentel/Getty Images Sometimes, you don't have to say a word to send a powerful message. In the latest video for Rock the Vote and the Independent Journal Review, Kendall Jenner uses fashion instead (combined with pointed captions) to drive home the message that it's more important than ever for millennials to vote. In the stylish clip, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star strikes several fierce poses as she's dressed up in fashions from the '70s, '90s and '00s. For her 1970s look, she channels a flower child in a floral crown and flowy, boho maxi dress. For Jenner's 1990s ensemble, she goes grunge, wearing ripped denim jeans and a torn-up green T-shirt, and for her last outfit, to represent the '00s, she crosses her arms in a sleek, navy business suit. "The 26th Amendment grants 18-year-old's the right to vote," the clip reads. "Young voter turnout rises as candidates appear in new media like MTV. Over 20 million young voters decided the outcome for both elections. What happens next is up to you." Although she stayed silent in the video, Jenner shared her thoughts about millennials rocking the vote in a statement, saying per E! Online, "Every day we vote, we're able to express our opinions online with 'likes' and hashtags, but it hasn't always been that easy, especially for women." See Kendall Jenner's Skills as a Pro Photographer in This A+ Editorial Shot of Kaia Gerber Alex Skatell, Founder and CEO of Independent Journal Review, chimed in about the importance of having the model in the campaign, saying, "Kendall has a larger social media reach than each of the presidential candidates, and using her voice to encourage millennial voters is a great thing."