All of Kendall Jenner's Killer Catwalk Moments
Swimsuits and trench coats? Sure, why not?
The star paid tribute to some of Versace's most famous '90s prints - before the original supermodels took the stage.
Speaking of the '90s, Kendall shows that it's time to get your capris and scarf top out of your closet.
Could Kendall convince you to wear blue hair?
The star made a sheer statement on the last runway of NYFW spring/summer 2018.
Models' feet got a break in the flip-flops Kors sent down the runway.
The runway models had to compete with the floor models in Ralph Lauren's private garage of rare cars.
Yeah, that tiara says "Wangover."
Kendall kicks off the spring/summer 2018 season in a black gown with one sequin sleeve and a faux pixie.
The star winds down her major month of walking with sparkly pink shoes and a request for a vacation.
Sparkly moon boots were on order for Chanel's show, which achieved liftoff via a giant rocket in the middle of the floor.
We're guessing big sis Kim put in an order for those boots the second Kendall hit the runway in them.
The future's so bright, she's gotta wear yellow-tinted shades.
Somehow, she makes the concept of wearing a box on one's head not seem completely ridiculous.
The star struts her stuff in scarlet for Karl Lagerfeld's outerwear-centric collection.
Anyone else have a sudden desire to try blue eyeshadow and mouse buns?
If you want to try that hat, the show's lead stylist has some tips for you here.
With her sleek bob and high cheekbones, Kendall fits right into Ralph's uptown-lady duds.
Her runway look was just a slight improvement on the protective booties she wore for the rehearsal.
Leather, chains and a lotta liner? Yep, looks like a Wang show to us.
This sheer beige lace number could have come straight out of any Kardashian's closet.
ALEXANDRE VAUTHIER HAUTE COUTURE
Looks like someone's trying to give Wonder Woman a run for her money!
CHANEL HAUTE COUTURE
We hope she borrows this sparkly, feather-dusted number for the next awards show afterparty she's invited to.
She's so versatile, she even walks the menswear shows! Kendall was one of a handful of female models (and Bella Hadid was another) hitting the runway during Riccardo Tisci's mens' presentation.
After a notable absence in London and Milan, she made her return to the Paris Fashion Week catwalk at the Givenchy show.
Despite the controversial hair choices at the show, Kendall kept a straight face (and completely upright) in her massive purple platforms.
Instead of going edgy, Michael Kors put the model in a super-girlie floral look from head to toe.
The brand praised Kendall's "heritage spirit" on Instagram.
She's keeping her model "thousand yard stare" intact, but we bet inside she's rejoicing that Alexander Wang put her in flip-flops.
When Fendi makes it possible for you to "walk on water" (in this case, Rome's Trevi Fountain), you're going to dance all the way down the runway.
Kendall's second look for the brand was equally dramatic -- perfect for the once-in-a-lifetime setting of the show.
The star still looks like a pro at her final show of Paris Fashion Week F/W 2016, but we bet she’s ready to give her soles a rest.
When your Friday night involves secret photoshoots with Chanel's creative director, you're pretty much a shoo-in to star in the brand's runway show.
It’s a little edgier than she normally goes, but Kendall pulls off fringe, studs and lace panels with ease.