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Kendall Jenner Walks the Givenchy Runway While Future Brother-In-Law Kanye West Cheers Her On

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When you saw Kim Kardashian in that plunging red ballgown at an Oscars party Sunday night, was your first thought also “Wait a minute, does Kanye know about this? After all he’s largely thought to be the maestro behind her recent all-neutral wardrobe.

As it turns out, he might have missed her major red moment, because he was busy playing style Svengali to another child of Kris Jenner’s: Kendall Jenner, 18, who made her Paris Fashion Week debut on the Givenchy runway Sunday, while West looked on from the front row.

West is a longtime pal of Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci, who has befriended Kardashian over the years (custom making her this and this, and recently calling her “the Marilyn Monroe of our age”).

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Now it appears Tisci is helping further the fashion career of Kim’s little sis. Jenner made her high-fashion modeling debut in a completely sheer shirt for Marc Jacobs, then hit the Giles runway in London. Now she’s strutting the catwalk for one of the hautest couture houses in Paris (though oddly once again, sans eyebrows) under West’s watchful eye.

We think Jenner actually has a very promising fashion career ahead of her, though we must say we’re curious why West was her designated cheering section instead of her sisters. But Kim posted the below picture to show she was rooting for her from miles away.

What do you think of the West/Jenner fashion connection? Think this means a Givenchy wedding dress is in the works for Kardashian? Tell us below!

Best part was my baby watching & cheering on my baby sister!!! So sad I missed it! #Family #Givenchy

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Semi-related: Think all the models got swag bags this big?

thank you @riccardotisci17 ! 😘

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–Alex Apatoff, reporting by Peter Mikelbank