Kendall Jenner has managed to land another high fashion gig as the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" season 9 star is featured in the Givenchy Fall 2014 campaign.
According to E! News, the 18-year-old star will star in the French brand's fall 2014 advertisments alongside six other models.
The first images of the campaign were released via Instagram on Tuesday and features Kendall Jenner wearing dark lipstick and an animal print frock which meshes well with the dark vamp vibe in the photo.
Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci is best friends with Kendall Jenner's sister Kim Kardashian and her new husband Kanye West. The designer also created custom clothes for North West's parents' wedding which may have helped her land the gig.
Katie Grand, who styled Kylie Jenner's big sister for her debut shoot in Vogue Paris last month revealed, "She's unique in wanting to turn her back on her celebrity when it comes to modeling, she's with a smaller very respected agency called Society who work specifically with high end designers, photographers and stylists."
The stylist continued, "It would have been easy for Kendall to go with a bigger agency and gone down a celebrity route but she wants to be taken seriously as a model just like the rest of them."
Kendall Jenner has already landed jobs with Chanel and Marc Jacobs so there is no doubt that she will be back for fashion week come September.
The reality star recently drew attention to herself when she hit the 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards red carpet on Sunday, June 15th without underwear.
Kendall and her 16-year-old sister Kylie Jenner looked gorgeous at the Toronto awards ceremony, wearing racy, skin revealing dresses.
The slender brunette beauty decided to show off a lot of upper thigh and her hip bones as she ditched her panties to wear a full-length, bejeweled gown slashed from her waist to the floor.
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