A Comprehensive Look At Kendall Jenner's Entire Modeling Career
Kendall Jenner’s meteoric rise through the modeling ranks has been well-documented—but a short walk down memory lane reveals some career highlights in particular that we’ve swiftly forgotten about.
Before the 18-year-old hit the runway for Marc Jacobs in her high-fashion debut, Jenner was posing for another Marc: T-shirt designer Marc Clark. And before she was strutting for Chanel and Givenchy, she did a shoot for Kmart.
Scroll down to see every modeling job Kendall Jenner has ever had, from beginning to end!
The fashion photographer has pointed his lens at both Kendall and Kylie numerous times, including this one—a snapshot from the Jenner sisters’ first official posters, which were released in November 2012. Look how far she's come in less than two years!
Leading up to New York Fashion Week’s F/W 14 shows, rumors had been swirling that Jenner might make some kind of debut on the runways—but no one was entirely prepared for Jenner to make quite the debut indeed. She hit the runway of Marc Jacobs’ show—the final and always one of the most coveted shows each season—in a completely sheer blouse, no bra.
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Since her initial Forever 21 campaign in 2011, Jenner had not landed another one since—until June 2014, when she appeared in Tisci’s ads for the F/W 14 Givenchy collection. She also starred in a commercial for the line.
It might not be an official modeling gig, but being tapped a member of Olivier Rousteing’s “Balmain army” is close enough to count. She attended Vogue’s Foundation Gala as a member of the designer’s clan, towering over older sister Kim Kardashian.
In what is perhaps the final coup in her large-scale takeover of the fashion world, Jenner recently landed the cover and a full inside spread in Katie Grand’s Love magazine, shot by Mario Sorrenti and once again clad in next to nothing.