Is Kendall Jenner on the verge of quitting modeling? The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was spotted chilling out in New York City just days after she confessed that she's upset she's not walking the runway during New York Fashion Week.
On September 8, Kendall, 23, was seen leaving her Manhattan hotel wearing a tight black spandex romper. The sleeveless unitard hugged her curves and she paired the form-fitting look with strappy black sandals.
The reality star added a touch of the 2000s with a tiny black shoulder bag and small gold hoops. She kept her long dark locks in a high ponytail.
The model's street style may be taken from older sister Kim Kardashian's new shapewear collection, SKIMS. The line comes complete with spandex-type undergarments that help shape and contour bodies.
Kendall's outing comes just days after she admitted she misses walking in NYFW. The catwalk queen revealed in a new interview with Vogue how this year she will be sitting in the front row instead of strutting on the runway. She will also be a spectator instead of modeling the season's hottest looks.
"It's a lot more mellow to just go. But I won't lie, today I was missing it. I was watching the girls and I was like, 'Damn, I kind of want to walk,'" she told The Fashion Bible. Kendall recently attended the Longchamp show earlier this weekend and rocked a dress from the brand's Spring 2020 line.
"I love New York. All the Fashion Weeks, everyone gathers together for each one, but for this one specifically, it's those people and then some. It's so fun, and everybody is ready to have a good time," she added. Kendall has previously walked for top designers such Marc Jacobs, Jeremy Scott and Ralph Lauren.
NYFW 2019 began on September 6 and will end on September 14. Fashion designers from all over the world have showcased their newest Spring/Summer 2020 collections. Stars from across the country have flocked to the Big Apple to attend one of the fashion industry's most coveted and elite events.
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