Kylie Jenner's modeling career is hitting a stride.

The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star posted a Polaroid photo of herself on Instagram. In the caption, she tagged Alexander Wang's page and said “coming soon #WANGF16.” Wang's page also posted photos of other celebrities that will be part of the show, including Jenner's boyfriend Tyga, rapper Big Sean and movie star Zoe Kravitz.

This is not the first time the actress will walk for a designer, though. The Kylie Cosmetics creator also walked for Kanye West's Yeezy season 2 presentation at last year's New York Fashion Week, according to MTV News. The reality star was almost unrecognizable during the presentation and blended well with the other models.

There were rumors that Jenner was planning to get more serious about modelling after she, Bella Hadid and Lottie Moss posed for Vogue in December 2015. A source reportedly told Hollywood Life that the reality star saw the positive feedback from the shoot as a go signal to give modeling a more serious try.

There were also reports saying that Jenner was jealous of the success of her sister Kendall, who recently graced the cover of Vogue's September issue, in the modeling industry. Kendall did admit in an interview with Cosmopolitan that Kylie got jealous of her a lot when they were younger because she likes getting attention. Now that they're older, though, Kendall says Kylie is more supportive of her endeavors. Kendall also said that she thinks it was just natural for Kylie to be jealous because she was younger than her.

While it remains unknown whether Kylie will take modeling seriously, she's already busy carving her own path as an entrepreneur. The budding entrepreneur told Chris Wallace during an interview for Interview magazine that she would like to start more businesses and get off the grid after she's sure that her endeavors will thrive without her being under the spotlight.

Kylie Jenner Is Kylie Jenner, pictured here at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala (Met Gala) to celebrate the opening of “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology”, going to take modeling seriously? Photo: Reuters/Eduardo Munoz