Kendall Jenner lands another huge fashion campaign

Just days after announcing her new gig with beauty giant Estee Lauder,Kendall Jenner looks to have landed another massive modelling campaign.

The willowy brunette will reportedly star in Karl Lagerfeld's Spring/Summer 2015 adverts, alongside Sasha Luss, Ming Xi and Baptiste Giabiconi.

Landing fashion maestro Karl's campaign cements her status as a Lagerfeld muse – no mean feat for a model of only 19 years.


Kendall Jenner has landed another high profile campaign

Kendall has walked for the designer in three of his Chanel shows at Paris Fashion Week. And he recently handpicked her for his upcoming Metiers d'Art collection show in Australia on December 2 – which may explain her absence at the Victoria's Secret show.

Speaking of her rise to fame in the December issue of Vogue, Kendall said: "I learned early that being a perfectionist and providing quality was the only way to do business.

"Workaholic is a good word in our house."


Walking the runway for Chanel last season

Last week, Kendall was revealed as the face of beauty brand Estee Lauder, announcing the news via her Twitter account.

"Here comes the big news guys. It involves me and @esteelauder," Kendall posted. "I'm super excited to announce that I am the new face of @esteelauder!"

The American cosmetics company, which originated in New York, released a video on their website showing Kendall explaining how her interest in make-up began when she was just a youngster.


Arriving at the Chanel show in Paris

"The first time I wore make-up I was a little girl and my mum was filming me," says Kendall as footage of her as a child plays with Kris Jenner asking her daughter "did you put your make-up on all by yourself?"

Kim Kardashian's younger sister goes on to say: "To think back to me as a young kid going through my mum's make-up drawer playing with Estée Lauder to now, I'm a part of this family. It's something that I didn't really expect to happen so quickly. It's so crazy."

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