Kendall Jenner stuns in swimwear shoot
Kendall Jenner has taken the next step to becoming a Victoria's Secret Angel after wowing with a new swimwear shoot.
The 17-year-old is the face of Colombian brand Agua Bendita swimwear and is seen striking a pose in a floral string number from their bikini collection.
The younger sister of famous reality TV star Kim Kardashian joins the likes of top model Candice Swanepoel in modelling for the company.
Candice is best known for her Victoria's Secret Angel campaigns, and Kendall has previously expressed her dream to one day model for the underwear brand herself.
As the images reveal, Kendall is now one step closer to achieving her goal of being tapped by Victoria's Secret.
The teenage beauty recently attended a private viewing of Nomad Two Worlds, a photography exhibition created by world renowned photographer Russell James.
Kendall features in the project, as Russell snapped her in the Australian outback for a selection of his images.
At the event she revealed to E! News that it working with Victoria's Secret photographer Russell, who also shot her cover spread for Kurv magazine, gave her the idea she'd quite like to model their bikinis.
Kendall and her teenage sister Kylie Jenner have both turned their hand to designing as well as modelling over the recent months.
The brunette stars recently shared their favourite pieces from their new collection for PacSun.
The stylish sisters have teamed up with the American surfer-chic retailer for a second collaboration, which is available in stores now.
The duo singled out which looks they’re especially loving in a behind the scenes video.
"This is our second collection with PacSun and as you can see we are very into denim shorts, flirty sundresses and crop tops," Kendall revealed in the video for People. "As you can see I'm wearing my favourite piece, I'm obsessed with it and as you can see it has cut outs in the middle. You can dress it up or dress it down and it is covered in this sunflower print, the sunflower is my August flower so it's extra special."
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