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Kendall Jenner completes line-up for Marc Jacobs' Fall 2016 campaign

Published 23/06/2016

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

The model fears her youth may be fading after spotting what she thinks is her first grey hair.

Kendall Jenner has been added to the all-star line-up for Marc Jacobs' upcoming Fall 2016 campaign.

The model joins Cara Delevingne, Marilyn Manson, Courtney Love and Missy Elliott among the eclectic style icons, who will show off the designers latest creations.

Jacobs announced Jenner's involvement via Instagram on Wednesday (22Jun16), posting a photo of Kim Kardashian's half-sister dressed in black and wearing sky-high platform boots from his runway collection.

He added the post: "I will always remember the first time I met Kendall during castings for our fall 2014 fashion show. It goes without saying that Kendall has gone on to establish an incredible career for herself and every bit of it is a testament to her hard work, passion, and desire."

Jacobs admits he was impressed with the young model's attitude when he recruited her for his 2016 campaign and first strapped on the footwear featured in his Instagram photo: "Due to the enormous height of the boots we designed, we had to make certain that each girl was able to walk (and walk safely).

"Kendall slid those boots on and walked around the studio as if she was in a pair of running shoes: statuesque, confident, and just as enthusiastic and excited to be doing the show as if it was her first one."

Meanwhile, Kendall appears to be concerned that her youth is fading fast after spotting a grey hair.

The 20-year-old shared her fears with fans on Snapchat, revealing the stray hair was spotted while her pal Hailey Baldwin was giving her a head massage.

"We just pulled this hair out of my head and we can't tell if it's grey or blonde," Kendall said. "It's blonde, right? It's blonde, right?"

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