Kendall Jenner flaunts enviable body in new swimsuit picture

Kendall Jenner has long been known for her incredibly toned body and never-ending limbs, something that has seen her launch a successful career in fashion at rocket-speed over the last few years. On Tuesday, the 21-year-old reminded us all as to just why she’s one of the world's most sought after supermodels by sharing a dream-like photograph of herself on Instagram. In the picture, Kendall flaunts her enviable figure in a trendy white swimsuit, which is accessorised with a tiny gold pendant. Her long brown hair sweeps across her face – something she still manages to turn into a stylish statement, while she clutches onto a vibrant orange jacket. In the background, a swarm of beautiful yellow flowers artistically close in on her to further enhance her presence.

Modern muse: Kendall stunned in a white swimsuit 

Earlier in the month, Kendall helped to light up the Empire State Building when 150 of the most iconic Harper’s Bazaar covers were displayed onto it as part of the magazine’s star-studded 150th anniversary celebrations. As May’s cover girl, the supermodel even helped to turn on the projections along with editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey, seeing her photograph dazzle on the front of the towering building right before her eyes.

Kendall wowed at Harper's Bazaar's 150th anniversary celebrations in New York

Wearing a semi-sheer Redemption dress with a thigh-high split to the celebratory occasion, she accessorised the look with a pair of black and gold Christian Louboutin heels, drop earrings and a metallic choker.

The Keeping up with the Kardashians star recently revealed the secrets behind her killer body by telling fans her workout regime - which includes a free workout app when she is travelling away from home. Writing about how she stays in shape on her eponymous app, Kendall said: "My abs are my favourite thing to work out. I love it when my trainer, Gunnar Peterson, kills my abs. The next day it even hurts to laugh. That's how I know I'm doing the exercises right!"