Kendall Jenner, Paris Fashion Week

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It's another day at Paris Fashion Week, which means another chance for Kendal Jenner to continue her runway domination.

Ever since the 18-year-old made her debut last season, she has gained steam and landed coveted, high fashion gigs left and right, walking in the biggest shows of Fashion Week.

So it wasn't a shocker when Kendall appeared on the Sonia Rykiel spring 2015 show Monday in Paris.

Sonia Rykiel (now helmed by artistic director Julie de Libran) is a label known for its Parisian sense of femininity and whimsy, and Kendall fit right in, once again proving her runway skills. 

Lucky's Eva Chen captured a great moment of Kendall owning the runway on Vine, wearing a supremely sexy black two-piece ensemble. Along with her skintastic look, Kendall also donned a much more covered-up outfit: a khaki jumpsuit with a red white and blue striped shirt peeking out.

And just yesterday Kendall was killing it on the runway yet again during the Givenchy show. Creative director Riccardo Tisci is a longtime friend of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian (and designer of Kim's wedding dress), so it was a family affair during the Givenchy show with Kim, Kanye, North West and mom Kris Jenner all sitting supportively in the front row.

Kendall Jenner, Fashion Week

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And before that Kendall has been on a veritable runway takeover, walking in shows like Balmain in Paris, Dolce & Gabbana, Bottega Veneta, Pucci and Fendi in Milan. And let's not forget about New York Fashion Week. Kendall walked in Marc Jacobs, Diane von Furstenberg, Donna Karan and Tommy Hilfiger.

We're exhausted just listing all the shows Kendall walked in. If we were Kendall, we'd be pounding pixie sticks and energy drinks just to stay awake, but she's able keep up the healthy way. Her secret energy boost? "I usually start my day off with a cup of detox tea," Kendall revealed to E! News. "I have like 12 cups a day."

And we have a feeling she's going to keep the teakettle close at hand, because Paris Fashion Week isn't over yet. We've still got major shows left, like Chanel—so stay tuned!

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