- Kendall Jenner spoke to Vogue recently about 16 outfits that she has worn throughout her career.
- She spoke about her first Marc Jacobs runway look, a sheer top and no bra underneath.
- Jenner stated that she felt comfortable in the dress and that it was easy to wear with the nipple.
Many people would be nervous to walk on a designer runway wearing a sheer dress for the first time, but not Kendall Jenner.
The 26-year old model and TV star has recently filmed a Vogue video in which she talks about 16 looks she’s worn throughout her career.
Jenner was shown a photo of her on Marc Jacobs’ runway in 2014. Jenner said that it was her first haute-fashion show, and that she was asked to wear an open-top top.
Jenner stated that she was shocked to see herself on the runway. “Weirdly, I had very little nerves. It was probably because my shoes were fairly flat. They were not a big, high heel. Even though my boobies weren’t out, I was quite chill.”
Jenner continued to state that she didn’t know how to walk on a runway, so her modeling agency taught her.
She claimed that she followed their instructions so carefully, she ended up “endangeredly stiff” on her walk.
She said that she still loves to look back at her younger self, and she remembers feeling excited about the chance.
Jenner stated that she had just turned 18. “I recall getting a call from my agent stating that Marc and Katie wanted me to wear this sheer top. I was open to it. Like I don’t mind. “I’m fine with the nipple.
She said, “It didn’t make me any less nervous.” “I was genuinely like, ‘Dope. They can do whatever they want. Let’s follow their lead. I felt completely at ease.”
Daring fashion is extremely popular with celebrities. It often includes sheer tops and form-fitting gowns as well as bold cutouts.
Stars like Miley Cyrus, Joey King and Dakota Johnson all have wild wardrobes.
Influencers are also getting in on this trend. Tana Mongeau, a Tana Mongeau spokesperson for Insider, recently stated that she likes to wear any outfit that makes people feel uncomfortable.