Kendall Jenner Givenchy Campaign: Is She Fashion's Latest "It" Girl?

  @ammiet1a.tate@ibtimes.com on June 18 2014 10:47 AM
Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto, June 15, 2014. Reuters

Kendall Jenner is proving that she is the model to keep an eye on these days. The 18-year-old reality TV scion is now part of Givenchy’s Fall/Winter 2014 ad campaign. Givenchy’s creative director Riccardo Tisci showed off a photo from the campaign on Instagram Tuesday, and Jenner and her mother Kris were quick to repost the image.

Jenner is shown sitting down alongside three other models, wearing a patterned dress and dark burgundy lipstick. “The @givenchyofficial campaign! thank you. YOU’RE AMAZING @riccardotisci17,” the young model wrote on Instagram after seeing the photo.

The half-sister of Kim Kardashian has been a rising star in the modeling world. During Paris Fashion Week in March, Kendall walked the Givenchy catwalk in front of Anna Wintour, Rihanna and Kanye West. She also walked the coveted Chanel show and has been making quite a mark with her striking looks. During February’s New York Fashion Week, she walked in Marc Jacobs' show. The celebutante has been signed since November to the Society Management, which also represents Liu Wen and Adriana Lima. Prior to that, she worked with Wilhelmina.

In October, Jenner became the latest face of Agua Bendita’s swimsuit collection. She showed off her slim physique in an array of colorful bikinis and one-piece swimsuits for the Colombian swimwear brand's campaign. She was in elite company in the shoot, alongside Candice Swanepoel, a top Victoria's Secret model.

Meanwhile, the model has been causing people to talk after wearing a revealing gown and no underwear at the MuchMusic Awards in Toronto Sunday. The gown was deemed “too sexy” by many, as her hipbones were clearly visible. But this is not the first time she has shown a lot of skin in the name of fashion. Earlier this month, she posed topless for Interview magazine, wearing only black bottoms. 

Join the Discussion