September 08, 2014 - 12:15 BST hellomagazine.com Kendall Jenner wowed on the Diane Von Furstenberg catwalk alongside Naomi Campbell. Kendall Jenner wowed on Sunday as she made her Spring 2015 catwalk debut alongside supermodel Naomi Campbell. The 18-year-old looked stunning as she walked the Diane Von Furstenberg show in a white crochet mini dress, teamed with a black belt and monochrome heels. Her hair was kept in loose, tousled waves, while makeup was kept to a minimum except for a dramatic smokey eye. Photo: © Getty Images Kendall Jenner made her Spring 2015 debut on Sunday "So beautiful today @kendalljenner walking in the Diane Von Furstenberg SS15 show!!" said mum Kris Jenner on Instagram after the show. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star held her own for her first catwalk of the season which also featured Victoria's Secret Angel Candice Swanepoel, and Naomi Campbell who closed the show. Kendall made waves in the industry in February when she made her Fashion Week debut on catwalks including Marc Jacobs and Chanel. The stunning brunette had previously admitted that her family's fame had almost hindered her career. "I want to be high fashion, I want to be taken seriously," she told LOVE magazine. Photo: © Getty Images The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star joined Naomi Campbell on the DVF runway "People think this success just came to me, but it didn't," she added. "What I have has almost worked against me. I had to work even harder to get where I wanted because people didn't take me seriously as a model because of the TV show." It seems that her hard work has paid off, as Kendall has gone on to appear in the Chanel Haute Couture show, as well as landing the Givenchy Autumn/Winter 2014 campaign. "She's unique in wanting to turn her back on her celebrity when it comes to modelling," said Katie Grant, who styled Kendall's debut shoot for Vogue Paris. "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."