She is a globetrotting supermodel extraordinaire.
And Kendall Jenner showed off her fashionista credentials when she stepped out in Beverly Hills the week before Christmas.
The 26-year-old cut a wintry chic figure, wrapping herself in a long black overcoat as she strutted her stuff up a tree-lined street.
Kendall teamed a white top with a pair of stylishly flared khaki slaps, warding off the California rays with a pair of sleek shades.
Slinging on a large shoulder bag, she rounded off the ensemble with black leather loafers and refreshed herself with a hot beverage.
Earlier this week she uploaded a sizzling Instagram album plugging FWRD, the fashion site she was named creative director of in September.
Kendall flaunted her endless legs in a pair of shorts and slipped into a clinging top that emphasized her enviably svelte midriff.
Draping herself in what appeared to be the same black overcoat she wore to Beverly Hills on Friday, Kendall posed up a storm in a canyon setting.
She strolled away from her car and let her hair flutter in the breeze in one evocative video that showed her heading toward the camera.
In one of the pictures included in her album she could be spotted affectionately petting her Doberman Pinscher named Pyro.
One of the other snaps showed Kendall’s vertiginous pins as she stood with Pyro surveying shelves upon shelves of wine bottles.
Kendall recently attended a baby shower for her little sister Kylie who is expecting her second baby by rapper Travis Scott.
The intimate event, comprised of family and close pals, was held at Khloe Kardashian’s new mansion in Hidden Hills according to TMZ.
Last month Kendall and Kylie were at an Astroworld festival concert held by Travis where a deadly crush of bodies occurred.
The death toll from the tragic incident rose to its current 10 when a nine-year-old boy named Ezra Blount succumbed to his injuries.
Footage shows the music briefly stopped as an ambulance tried to get through the crowd – then the music resumed and Travis vowed to make the ‘ground shake.’
His performance, which also included a surprise spot by Drake, went on for half an hour after the fire department declared a ‘mass casualty event.’
This week the Harris County Institute Of Forensic Sciences released the autopsy results revealing all the victims died of compression asphyxia.
Dozens of lawsuits cumulatively worth billions of dollars are in the works against Travis and the companies behind the concert.