Kendall Jenner has a new appreciation for runway models after taking part in Marc Jacob's runway show for London Fashion Week.
Kendall Jenner has a new appreciation for runway models.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star walked the catwalk for Marc Jacobs this month in a see-through top and insists she now realises the hard work involved in being a runway model.
Speaking at the Topshop Unique fashion show, she told ELLE: ''Now that I've done a major show like that, I have a really new appreciation for models on the runway.
''And when I sit front row now, I understand all the hard work that happens a little bit better.
''But I'm really excited to be here for Topshop because I love their clothing, and I think it's going to be an amazing show. I'm wearing Topshop today, obviously, but the thing is, I would wear it no matter what. Even if I wasn't here!''
The 18-year-old model, who was also sitting front row with fashion editor Anna Wintour at the Topshop show, found it strange seeing herself with bleached eyebrows before stepping onto the catwalk.
She explained: ''It was so odd to look at myself in the mirror, like, ''Are these real?'' But I can promise you, they were completely bleached and completely real. It took a few minutes for them to do it backstage - not a long time, but it did feel like a major change for me.
''Literally right after the show, I dyed them back. I mean, I asked a makeup artist to dye them back. Fortunately, they've always been a pretty dark brown, and it was an easy color to copy with dye.''
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