After her NYFW debut at the Fall 2014 collection presentations back in February, we were all dying to find out which designers Kendall Jenner would walk in during the Spring/Summer 2015 New York Fashion Week shows. She started off Fashion Month with a waltz down Diane von Furstenberg's catwalk. Not bad, Kendall. Not bad.
Showing off her ripped core, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star modeled a bikini top with boyshorts and body art in the Tommy Hilfiger show.
Kendall walked down the runway for Tommy Hilfiger once again, modeling this see-through printed cover-up.
During her third appearance during Manhattan's runway extravaganza, Kendall modeled a printed A-line skirt and an off-the-shoulder red blouse at the Donna Karan 30th Anniversary Spring/Summer 2015 show.
Remember last year's body-baring Marc Jacob's top Kendall modeled in February? This year she covered up in the designer's embellished long-sleeve shift with an edgy wig.
Kendall broke back out into the style scene during Milan Fashion Week at the Fendi show. Too bad we didn't catch Kim and Kanye in the audience.
When Kourtney Kardashian saw this pic of Kendall working the Ports1961 catwalk, she felt a faint!
"I might faint. Milan fashion week. #ports," captioned the model's big sister.
If this ethereal Pucci dress that Kendall modeled took your breath away, you're not alone.
She finished off her Milan Fashion Week reign with a black maxi dress courtesy of Bottega Veneta. So pretty!
Dolce & Gabbana
Not only did Kendall Jenner work the Dolce & Gabbana runway in this embellished masterpiece of a dress—she also had the prestigious honor of closing out the show by leading the group of D&G models in tailored tops and high-waisted shorts.
The Kardashian/Jenner kids are basically BFF with Balmain Creative Director Olivier Rousteing, so it's no surprise she appeared in his Paris Fashion Week show in this scandalous see-through number.
Her Balmain Look #2 was equally as sexy and super sparkly.
With her mom, sister Kim Kardashian, brother-in-law Kanye West, and niece North West sitting in the front row, Kendall paraded down the Givenchy runway looking absolutely flawless. The creative director of Givenchy, Riccardo Tisci, is a close friend of the Kardashian fam. He was the man behind Kim Kardashian's beautiful wedding dress.
During her debut gig for designer Sonia Rykiel, Kendall Jenner modeled a cream sporty jumpsuit over a nautical striped tee.
Making it her third strappy, see-through ensemble of September's fashion month, Kendall stunned in this Sonia Rykiel crop top and floor-length skirt. Think Kim K will pick this design up for her own?
Before the Chanel show ended with a feminist protest finale, Kendall Jenner donned an amazing black and white dress and shiny loafers that only Karl Lagerfeld would be responsible for.