She reckons it’s all down to their ultra-rapid ascension to fame. Ouch.
“It’s much better when the girls are hungrier, and by hungrier I don’t mean anorexic, I mean eager,” she told the audience at a recent Vogue 100 Festival talk.
“When they are eager, that’s when you have a relationship,” Vogue‘s creative director at large continued.
Having risen to the highest echelons of modelling so quickly, Coddington feels that the pair didn’t have to work the hard yards many of the world’s other iconic models once had to.
Coddington (right) sitting front row at New York Fashion Week. Source: Getty.
Earlier this year, Coddington told Refinery29 that one "problem" was social media.
"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," she said.
"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."
And if there's one that has more "ram it down your throat" than anyone else on the catwalk, it's surely Jenner, who famously banned her family from her shows due to the circus that tends to follow them.