Fame10 Fashion Evolution: Kendall Jenner
8th Annual Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party – 2010
Kendall Jenner looked super cute at the 8th Annual Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party. She rocked an Alice + Olivia blouse with a bright green H&M skirt and a black belt. She accessorized with a pair of black casual-looking sneakers.
Even though Kendall was still in high school at this point, it was obvious that her heart wasn’t really in it. She made it clear early on that she wasn’t interested in attending college after graduation and that she was more interested in pursuing a career in modeling. “I’m not really thinking about college right now,” Jenner told People magazine. “If my career, like, blows up and gets really big, [modeling] is what I would do.” Unlike most people her age, she never needed college or even high school for that matter. She practically walked into a modeling career. If she wasn’t Kendall Jenner, she might never have had many of the opportunities that have fallen into her lap.
Kardashian Kollection Launch Party – 2011
The young model wore a tight black and white printed mini-dress to the Kardashian Kollection Launch Party with a pair of wedge heels. She was easily the best dressed there; however, that it isn’t hard given how her half-sisters typically dress.
It was around this time that Kendall Jenner and her younger sister Kylie stopped attending high school to focus on their budding careers. They were still going to finish school though – with the help of a tutor. It doesn’t sound like education was a priority in the Jenner household. Kris had said that she had no interest it when she was growing up and Bruce told UsWeekly that his youngest daughters will probably skip college altogether. “If they want to go to college, certainly, I think it’s a good idea,” he said. “But I’m not the advocate of, ‘You’ve got to go to college.’ I think by the time they graduate from high school, they will probably be in a position to go right to working.”