• Kendall Jenner closed the Versace fashion show
  • She shared pictures and video of the event on Instagram
  • The model's recent campaign was for  Italian fashion brand Liu Jo

Kendall Jenner closed the Versace fashion show with sexy mini dress. She shared the pictures of her walking the ramp in the shiny silver dress on her Instagram page.

Jenner has the habit of sharing pictures of her fashion events with her fans on social media. She recently shared a few pictures of her on the last day of the Versace fashion show on Instagram.

The shiny silver mini dress highlights Jenner’s curvy figure and exposes her slender legs. She wore a matching pair of silver colored heels with the dress, and she finished the look with rings on her fingers and some sparkling earrings.

In the post, Jenner confirmed that the pictures and the video she shared online were from the closing of Versace fashion show. She thanked Donatella Versace for the opportunity to be a part of the event.

Jenner was also a part of a recent campaign by the Italian fashion brand Liu Jo. She shared one of the pictures of the shoot on her Instagram page. The campaign involved her wearing different outfits while posing for the camera in a room filled with mirrors and shiny disco ball at the center.

Apart from her work, Jenner has been keeping herself busy with social events. She was recently at British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful’s birthday party that was hosted by fellow model and friend Irina Shayk, People reported. Some of the other stars at the event were Cara Delevingne, Derek Blasberg, Orlando Bloom, Gigi Hadid, and Bella Hadid.

In one of the photos from the birthday party, Jenner can be seen with Shayk, Delevingne, and the others. Enninful held a toy poodle in this snap. The surprise birthday party included a cake with sparklers. Jenner also got to pose for the camera with Enninful alone, and she can be seen giving him a hug in one of the pictures.

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Kendall Jenner attends the Longchamp Fall/Winter 2019 Runway Show in New York City on Feb. 9, 2019. Getty Images/Craig Barritt