Kendall Jenner Kick Back In Rome For Giambattista Valli & H&M Fashion Show
Kendall Jenner is no stranger to jet-setting around the world.
Kendall has been known to be more adventurous than her sisters and is always on the go due to her worldwide modeling career. Kendall may not be making the same amounts as her younger sister, Kylie Jenner, who was named the youngest self-made billionaire, and sister, Kim Kardashian, but she has been named the highest-paid model in the world.
With that title, Kendall walks in fashion shows all across the globe and recently was in Rome to open the Giambattista Valli and H&M show.
She posted on her Instagram photos of her wearing her closing dress which was a red dress that went to the floor in the back but was short in the front, showing off Kendall’s legs. The model looked extremely happy while posing within the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj. She posted a picture of a wall in the gallery showcasing world-famous paintings and sculptures. Showing that even while at a work event, Kendall has the ability to see things and be in environments that are once and a lifetime.
The Palazzo Doria Pamphilj is one of the largest privately owned galleries in Rome and it houses medieval and Byzantine art.
Kendall once said on Keeping Up With The Kardashians that she was upset because she “never got to do anything” whenever she would travel for work.
Kendall was the star of the show and actually got to announce the collaboration between Giambattista Valli and H&M back in May at amFar in Cannes.
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