Kendall Jenner Managed to Wear a Turtleneck on the Victoria's Secret Runway




 

Kendall Jenner is back on Victoria's Secret's annual runway after taking a one-year hiatus from the brand. She, of course, has gone nowhere when it comes to her high fashion campaigns, runway appearances, and street style stardom. First walking in 2015, Kendall participated in two Victoria's Secret Fashion Shows before being forced into (temporary) retirement, reportedly due to a conflict of interest after she signed on as the face of La Perla. Never fear, though, the band is back together, as this year's show not only featured Kendall, but also besties Gigi and Bella Hadid.

During the show, Kendall wore two looks and stunned in both of them. For her first step onto the stage, she was dressed in a rocker-style lingerie look, complete with a lace bra and underwear set, as well as a turtleneck-and-sleeves top that was so cropped it came above her chest. That said, what else would we have expected from a show meant to show off the actual lingerie. On her back was a spoked circle of stars, making her look as though she were an actual shooting star on that stage.

For her second look, she wore an allover plaid outfit, complete with the obvious red tartan bra and underwear set and a waist-belted patchwork skirt that was micro-mini at the front, cascading into a sea of white plaid at the back.

While Kendall might have taken a few years off from the official runway event for the brand, she got some last-minute practice in this year, dressed as Victoria's Secret Angels for Halloween, alongside her sisters. Here's hoping she sticks with the crew this time around and becomes a true veteran of the show, giving even the most seasoned of Angels a run for their money!

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