She's been taking the fashion world by storm since working the runway for New York Fashion week and gracing the style issues of magazines such as Genlux, and today Kendall Jenner continued to carve a successful modelling career for herself by working the Tumbler and Tipsy show.
The 16-year-old reality TV star spoke out about her affiliation with the Kardashian brand in an interview for Genlux's fashion issue this week, brazenly stating that she is ''NOT a Kardashian,'' and aspires to be something bigger than her older sisters.
And if yesterday's runway show for Tumbler and Tipsy was anything to go by, Kendall has certainly proved her model status by wowing on the catwalk with confidence in an array of vibrant dresses for the label at New York Fashion Week.
The ever-successful aspiring supermodel, who would like to be as big as Gisele, was in her element on the runway as she posed next to designer Michael Kuluva in a burlesque tutu style dress with a purple sequin corseted top which kicked out at the waist to reveal layers and layers of material.
Kendall and designer Michael Kuluva are in their element on the catwalk - Wenn
Kendall was beaming as she showed off her incredible catwalk bod in an array of dresses by the brand as her mum Kris Jenner, younger sister Kylie and family friends Jonathan Cheban and Lance Bass looked on.
The 5ft 11in model also looked stunning in an abstract orange and blue-striped dress featuring a collar which flashed her endless slender legs.
The creative director of Genlux mag, Stephen Kamifuji, revealed that he is tried to pull Kendall away from the 'celebrity' image.
He said: ''We were excited to feature her on our cover and in this eight-page fashion feature based solely on her beauty and stature – but also wanted to keep some distance from the reality television show.''
It looks like Kendall is doing just that.