Kendall Jenner walks for Atelier Versace at Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris

Kendall Jenner's modelling CV just keeps getting better and better.

Just days after she was spotted doing some pretty touristy things in London including visiting the Tate and cycling in Hyde Park, she jetted off to Paris for an appearance in what turned out to be a very star-studded show. 

Kendall was booked to walk in the Atelier Versace presentation at Haute Couture Fashion Week in the French capital.

Naturally, she looked totally fierce as she strutted down the catwalk wearing a gothic-inspired black floor-sweeping gown. Cut to be incredibly form-fitting, the mesh panelled dress with fringed embellishments really showed off Kendall's willowy frame.

Just wow. 

Kendall also sported a dainty floral headband and had her glossy brunette locks styled into relaxed waves. A sweep of shimmering green eyeshadow added a pop of colour to her otherwise dark and dramatic look. 

The leggy 19-year-old was joined on the runway by a couple of members of her genetically blessed girl squad including Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls. We're sure Gigi Hadid, Taylor Swift and Cara Delevinge had wished them all luck before hand. 

Karlie, 22, modelled a racy lavender design while Joan, 26, looked utterly amazing in a revealing grey ensemble.

All of the girls shared shots from the event on Instagram but our favourite has to be Karlie's upload of the trio posing alongside blonde Victoria's Secret veteran Doutzen Kroes.

'Beauties @versace_official,' she captioned the gorgeous picture which was soon flooded with countess complimentary comments by admirers. 

You won't be surprised to hear that Versace's do had a very well-dressed guest-list too.

Jason Statham's gorgeous girlfriend Rosie Huntington-Whiteley turned heads as she arrived in a see-through black frock while supermodel Naomi Campbell decided to go bra-free in a plunging white suit. 

 

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Joan Smalls, Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, Doutzen Kroes and Caroline Trentini pose backstage