Kendall Jenner, Marc Jacobs, NYFW

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Werk it, Kendall Jenner!

The E! star proved that her modeling skills go surpass the print ads and Instagram selfies by rocking the runway at the Marc Jacobs fashion show during one of the hottest events of the year, New York Fashion Week. Looking nearly unrecognizable, Jenner wore a blunt cut bobbed wig with abstract makeup that made her eyebrows disappear (maybe Miley Cyrus was the inspiration?).

Clearly, the main selling point was her Marc Jacobs wardrobe, but that was quickly overshadowed by the fact that her nipples were in clear view. Again.

"I just recently turned 18, so this [Marc Jacobs show] is my big kick-off to start and grow my career. The New York fashion scene is crazy, madness, but I love the energy. I love everything about it—like the hair and makeup today, it's incredible. I've never had my eyebrows bleached; I don't even look like myself," Jenner told Into the Gloss.

"I'm a little nervous for the show, but I'm really excited. It's my first runway show, so I've been practicing. I feel like everybody has their own individual walk, and that's what makes someone so special. Maybe I'll run down the runway!"

Big sister Khloe Kardashian gave Kendall props on Twitter and Instagram, writing, "My baby sister killed it today walking in the Marc Jacobs fashion show!!! Kenny you are so dope to me!!! Congrats my baby!!! #NYFW#MarcJacobs#ProudSis," and quickly checked the negative commenters that came her way, "She's too dope for you 2 understand! Yall would trade places with her in a second! The hate is real! Lol bye haters! ."

What do you think of Kendall's runway look? Sound off in the comments!

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