Kendall Jenner Modeled in Three More Runway Shows in Milan: See the Pictures!

Kendall Jenner at Milan Fashion Week
Kendall Jenner appeared in (L to R) Bottega Veneta, Pucci, and Dolce & Gabbana during Milan Fashion Week on Sept. 20 and 21. Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/; Pier Marco Tacca/Getty Images; Venturelli/

Kendall Jenner is truly a breakout star in Milan!

After making her Milan Fashion Week debut in Fendi on Thursday, Sept. 18, Jenner, 18, spent her weekend posting Instagram shots of Italian scenery and gelato—oh, and walking in three separate shows!

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On Saturday, Sept. 20, Kim Kardashian’s half-sister popped up on the Bottega Veneta runway in a long, plunging black dress with elbow-length sleeves. Stylists accessorized the look with bejeweled earrings, a black envelope clutch, and, surprisingly, sneakers. 

So excited to be featured in the spring 2015 event, Jenner even posted a backstage Instagram shot featuring her beauty look: bright cheeks and pink lips, courtesy of makeup artist Pat McGrath.

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That same day, the budding supermodel bounced over to Pucci, where she walked the runway in a ‘70s-inspired halter dress in a psychedelic print. In contrast to her Bottega Veneta makeup, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star rocked a bronzed beauty look and long, loose waves.

Then, on Sunday, Sept. 21, Jenner made her last appearance of the weekend: in Dolce & Gabbana. At the debut of this collection, inspired by the Spanish influence in Sicily between 1516 and 1713, the brunette beauty wore a beautiful black minidress with netted sleeves, embroidered from the neck down with red roses. A small bag and bloom-boasting booties completed the look.

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To close the show, the PacSun T-shirt designer changed into a white button-down and high-waisted red short-shorts, also with floral embroidery, a look all the models wore to stomp down the stage, army-style, for the finale. 

Each model’s face looked especially fierce in those final moments, thanks to femme fatale expressions and McGrath’s (here again at Dolce) application of Dolce & Gabbana Shaping Eyebrow Pencil in Chestnut for bold brows and Matte Lipstick in Dolce Desire for vampy lips (coming soon).

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Complementing the makeup artist’s work, Redken creative consultant Guido tucked a red rose a la Sicilians into each model’s chignon. “This [hairstyle] is very classically Dolce. It’s very soft, pretty and feminine—how girls want to look,” said the hairstylist. “It could look severe, but I’m [combing through the messy bun] with my fingers to make it much softer for an overall feeling that’s very rich and luxurious,” he added. 

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