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Kendall Jenner is a style star on and off the runway, and Us Weekly is rounding up her best red carpet fashion moments — pics
Kendall Jenner is one of the most buzzed-about supermodels of our time — for good reason. The 26-year-old is no stranger to the world’s most prominent runways and she’s the newly appointed creative director of the luxury fashion destination, Forward.
Beyond her fashion jobs, the 818 Tequila founder also has a huge social media presence. She frequently uses her platforms to show off her style and favorite brands, which run the gamut from luxury fashion houses like The Row to indie brands like House of Sunny.
Jenner’s style has evolved quite a bit since her early teenage years, but she tends to favor clean lines and minimalist silhouettes that show off her statuesque figure. Oh, and then there is the occasional nearly naked moment (she is, after all, a Kardashian-Jenner sister).
Of course, the catwalk queen is known to take sartorial risks IRL, too. In 2018, she debuted not one but two different sheer dresses at the Cannes Film Festival that exposed the top half of her figure. She hilariously posted one of the looks to Instagram with the caption, “oops.”
Or, there’s the time when the Moon oral care ambassador attended the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscars Party wearing an open-back Rami Kadi bodysuit-gown hybrid that put her legs and hips on full display. The number left very little to the imagination and naturally, sent fans wild.
These days, Jenner continues to serve up skin-baring and glamorous red carpet ensembles. Take her 2021 Met Gala gown, for example. The Givenchy Haute Couture number channeled Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady — with a super sexy twist, of course.
Ahead, Us Weekly’s Stylish is recapping the model’s best red carpet looks through the years, from the 2010s to today. Keep scrolling for a trip back in time!Listen to Hollywood's top stars dish their best tips and tricks on Glam Squad Confidential
This story originally appeared on: US Magazine - Author:Meg Storm