Kendall Jenner bossed #NYFW; Her 5 best moments

Kim’s little sister is fashion’s darling


by Ellen Kerry |
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It doesn’t feel like that long ago we were watching Kendall Jenner and her little sister Kylie playing pranks on their older sibs on KUWTK so seeing Kenny kill it at NYFW is still NUTS to us.

The 19-year-old model was booked to walk for some maje designers during fashion week including opening the DVF show, nailing Oscar de la Renta glam as well as cool kid Marc By Marc Jacobs.


This on top of her insanely great Burn Book vid of last year? We. Can’t. Deal.

Here are 5 of Kendall’s best NYFW moments to savour and enjoy.

#1 – Grunge Gal


MBMJ’s AW15 show was punchy with #girlboss ‘tudes and grungy beauty. Mod bods, including Kenny, power strutted on faux grass to Marc Bolen’s Children of the Revolution. KJ’s sullen kohl-lined stare and scrunched locks perfectly complemented her protest vibes look.

#2 – Cinderella

Sister Kim Kardashian and North West were FROW to watch Kendall take centre-catwalk at the Oscar de la Renta show, standing out from the ladylike tailored looks in a plum princess gown. Minimal make up and a severe glossed bun = so dramz.

#3 – Wangin’ it

The name Vera Wang usually conjures up frothy wedding frocks and girly embellishments, right? Uh-uh! Kendall was our inner-goth-child crush in a simplistic pinny mini with stomping boots and the best windswept ‘do probably evs.

#4 – Big time

The prestigious honour of opening a show is BIG in the world of fash. It says you’re IT. And Kenn-doll was defs IT at the DVF show. Working a trad DVF wraparound with polka tights and heavy duty eyes, Jenner gave the waiting crowd an opening walk to remember.

#5 – Monster Mash

Our ulti-Kendall moment was when she stepped out in this delish blue fur for Michael Kors. Everything about this look we want. That teal colour. The fashwan roll neck. THAT monster fluff cover up. Even Ken’s beauty was on-fleek. Flushed cheeks, groomed brows and nudey lips with might-not-have-been-brushed locks >> sigh.

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