Kendall Jenner was born on November 1, 1995 to athlete Bruce Jenner and Kris Kardashian, Kendall Nicole Jenner is an older sister to Kylie and younger half-sister to the Kardashian siblings: Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Robert.
Enjoying a fabulous lifestyle teens their age might dream of, Kylie and Kendall Jenner continue to share candid photos of their time at New York Fashion Week.
Kylie began with a tidbit of a video showing the two Jenners practicing their walks for the Sherri Hill show in which they both served as models. The young Kardashian clan members had more than one chance to strut their stuff. Earlier today, she tweeted, "Super excited to walk the Abbey Dawn show tonight!"
Pursuing their dream of making it big in the world of fashion, Kendall and Kylie Jenner walked the runway at the Sherri Hill spring 2013 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Trump Tower Grand Corridor on Friday in New York City (September 7).
While elder Kendall wore a pale pink top and turquoise short layered skirt, her younger sister Kylie strutted her stuff in a short bright pink dress with a lace top. At the end, designer Sherri Hill joined the girls to pose with her creations on the runway.
As if modeling and starring in a reality show wasn't enough for her young career, Kendall Jenner jetted off to Oahu, Hawaii where she worked on scenes for her debut acting role in "Hawaii Five-O" on Wednesday (August 29).
The "Keeping Up With The Kardashian's" star showed off her slender figure in short shorts and a cropped top before grabbing a cold Starbuck's drink, changing into a high-low dress while her hair and makeup was done up.
Stepping out to celebrate and raise attention to her front page fabulousness, Kendall Jenner took to a Calabasas Barnes & Noble bookstore to sign copies of her Raine magazine cover issue on Saturday (August 18).
While younger sister Kylie was photographed roaming the grounds with a giant Charmin bear in her arms, 16-year-old Kendall dutifully grabbed a seat at her special guest booth and penned copy upon copy of the publication's 'Innovate Issue'