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Kendall Jenner raunchy at NYFW

Published 14/02/2014

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner exposed her breasts in a sheer top for Marc Jacobs' New York Fashion Week show yesterday.

The younger half-sister of Kim Kardashian took to the runway for Marc's Fall/Winter 14 show yesterday, which closed New York Fashion Week.

She was barely recognisable on the catwalk, sporting a sophisticated short wig and flashing her bare breasts through a sheer top in a very risqué move.

"I just recently turned 18, so this [Marc Jacobs show] is my big kick-off to start and grow my career," she smiled to Into the Gloss.

"The New York fashion scene is crazy, madness, but I love the energy. I love everything about it - like the hair and make-up today, it’s incredible. I’ve never had my eyebrows bleached; I don’t even look like myself!"

Kendall's see-through V-neck top was tucked into a cropped pair of beige and brown trousers and the look was finished off with brown stockings and boots.

Previous modelling gigs for the brunette have included a front cover for Miss Vogue Australia and shoots for Sherri Hill's prom dress range alongside her 16-year-old sister Kylie.

"I’m a little nervous for the show, but I’m really excited," she admitted before hitting the catwalk.

"It’s my first runway show, so I’ve been practising. I feel like everybody has their own individual walk, and that’s what makes someone so special. Maybe I’ll run down the runway! [Laughs]"

Calvin Klein also showed yesterday, with Naomi Watts gracing the front row.

The Impossible actress looked great in a simple pale blue shift dress with her hair in a punky up-do.

“I saw it on the rack when I got to my fitting and I went right over to it. Didn’t bother trying anything else on. I mean, I loved it so why keep going?” Naomi shrugged to WWD.

Joining her was Oscar-nominated Lupita Nyong'o, who looked cute in a pastel pink dress with long sleeves.

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