Kylie Jenner already celebrated her 18th birthday surrounded by famous friends and family at a glitzy bash, but this week the reality TV star also marked the milestone moment with a striking photoshoot. Photographed by fashion icon Terry Richardson, Kylie looked every inch a rising style icon as she smouldered for the camera.
Kylie Jenner wowed in a new photoshoot snapped by Terry Richardson
The Keeping up with the Kardashians star, who poses on the cover of Galore magazine, shows off her world-famous edgy style in the photoshoot, and proudly unveiled the images with her 35.2 million followers on Instagram.
The American beauty rocked a series of eye-catching Moschino ensembles, from from a nude-coloured top featuring a plunging neckline and striped trousers, to a neon yellow crop top paired with loose matching trousers for an effortlessly cool look.
In a final nod to her momentous birthday, Kylie is seen in one photo in a more low-key outfit consisting of jeans and a grey T-shirt, holding a cake and blowing out candles spelling out her age.
"@kittengalore @terryrichardson this was the last shot on my way out," she wrote in the Instagram caption alongside the tongue-in-cheek snap.
Kylie celebrated her birthday at the end of the photoshoot
It's not the first time that Kylie has worked with a major photographer for a high fashion shoot. She made waves earlier this year when she was snapped by fashion legend Mario Sorrenti when she and sister Kendall Jenner starred in Balmain's Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign.
Posing in creative director Olivier Rousteing's colourful and sequinned designs, Kylie and Kendall wowed in the stylish siblings-themed campaign which also featured Gigi and Bella Hadid, as well as Joan Smalls and her sister Erika.
Kylie and Kendall Jenner wowed in Balmain's Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign
While landing the Balmain campaign marked a major milestone for Kendall and Kylie as they continue to conquer the world of fashion, the pair have already proven themselves as fashion forces to be reckoned with.
Not only do they continually top best-dressed lists at red carpet events, but they also flaunted their designer credentials after creating a capsule collection for Topshop which sold out barely 24 hours after becoming available online.