Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 13 July 2014

Kylie and Kendall Jenner radiant in red

Kylie and Kendall Jenner
Kylie and Kendall Jenner

Kylie and Kendall Jenner were ladies in red at The Heart Truth charity catwalk show.

The charity catwalk event embraced a red dress theme to raise awareness of heart disease and both girls looked gorgeous in their crimson gowns.

The teenagers chose to wear Badgley Mischka for the bash, looking very grown-up as they walked the runway to show off their model-like physiques.

The sisters may have been dressed in the same colour and are often spotted together, but they made sure to highlight their individuality.

Kendall, 17, went for a slightly rockier edge, wearing her hair in a quiff and sporting embellished detail on the sleeve of her dress.

Kylie, 15, wore her brunette locks sleek and straight and chose a plunging back for her red gown.

“It’s fun to be with your sister, but, at the same time, we don’t always want to be grouped as Kendall and Kylie at all times. We are growing up. I’m 17. I’m going to be 18 soon. I’m not a baby anymore,” Kendall explained to WWD.

Also strutting her stuff at the event was fashionista Kelly Osbourne, who looked great in a strapless red dress.

Minka Kelly also looked fabulous in Oscar de la Renta as she helped sponsors Diet Coke launch yesterday’s event.

Kylie and Kendall looked like naturals on the runway, thanks to their previous fashion experience.

The reality TV stars have modelled dresses for Sherri Hill, including a line of gorgeous, sparkling prom dresses.

Kendall also graced the cover of Australian Miss Vogue in a stunning shoot.

In another move to further their careers in fashion, the brunettes have teamed up with Pacific Sunwear to launch a special collection.

“[PacSun has a] California vibe, and we are from California,” said Kendall. “We wanted to go with something a little more California fun, summery…for our first line and wanted to be able to build from there.”

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