Kendall Jenner bared all as she walked for Chanel at Paris Fashion Week yesterday (27.01.15), taking to the runway braless in a sheer shirt from the label's Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2015.
Kendall Jenner ditched her bra to walk for Chanel at Paris Fashion Week.
The 19-year-old model turned heads as she headed down the catwalk in a sheer black shirt and voluminous skirt from the label's Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2015 collection, baring her midriff and breasts as she strutted through the extravagant floral-inspired set at the Grand Palais.
The brunette beauty - who has a long-standing professional relationship with Chanel's creative director, Karl Lagerfeld - was supported at the show by her mother Kris Jenner, who risked upstaging her model daughter in a pair of the label's see-through trousers.
Kendall's sister, Khloe Kardashian - who was absent from the hotly anticipated event - took to Twitter to share her thoughts on the show and confessed she was ''so proud'' of her younger sibling and mum, Kris, 57.
She wrote: ''Kendall looked stunning at the Chanel runway show in Paris!!! My mama killed it as usual!!! So proud... (sic)''
A host of fashion's finest also flocked to see the 81-year-old designer's latest offering.
US Vogue editor Anna Wintour was also spotted heading into the show, while models Erin O'Connor, Dylan Penn and French actress Clotilde Hesme were also in attendance.
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