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Kylie Jenner Instagram


Kylie Jenner isn't one to hide her body beneath frumpy clothing, so it's no surprise that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has given fans another glimpse at her enviable curves.

The 17-year-old posted a selfie on Instagram in which she's wearing a teeny-tiny black bikini. Taking the picture in a mirror, Kylie makes sure her entire torso is on display, giving followers a good look at her toned tummy. "Kourt & Ky swim session," she captioned the pics. 

Kylie and sister Kendall Jenner have launched their first signature shoe line under their Kendall + Kylie brand, but the reality TV stars also revealed that they'll be releasing a line of bikinis and apparel in spring 2016. So, could this strappy bikini be our first look at one of the swimsuits they're testing out?! Unfortunately, it's not, but the bottom of her sweet suit hails from Frankie's Bikinis.

Maybe! We'll just have to wait and see...

In the meantime, we can look forward to Kylie's highly anticipated 18th birthday party in Canada. Kris Jenner's daughter Instagrammed a promotional pic of her soiree, which will take place in Montreal, and in it she's wearing the same bikini as in the risqué selfie above. Now that she will be an official adult as of Aug. 10, there's no saying what Kylie might do. But she did previously tell E! News what some of her plans for celebrating her big day might include.

"When the first thing I want to do is maybe have like a birthday party and then maybe go on a trip with just my friends," she said at the launch of her Kylie Hair Kouture extension line at Bellami Beauty Bar in July. "I'm legal, so I can go on a trip legally without a chaperone, so that'll be fun, just a girl trip."

This summer has been a big one for Kylie, as she also graduated high school in addition to launching new business ventures with 19-year-old Kendall, who got in on the grad party action too. All in a day's work, we suppose!

But some fans at first refused to believe the graduation had happened, claiming there wasn't enough social media evidence to prove it.

"That's what's wrong with today," Kylie tweeted. "If you don't show or 'prove' to social media that you've done something it's like it never happened!"

"My reality is...I only show people what I want them to see," she continued. "No one knows what goes on in my day to day but me & who I share my moments with."