Kylie Jenner to Walk in Avril Lavigne's Fashion Week Show

09/07/2011 at 12:00 PM ET

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Looks like Kylie Jenner is about to follow in her big sisters’ stylish footsteps.

According to WWD, Kris and Bruce Jenner’s youngest child will make her runway debut during New York City Fashion Week Monday at the Abbey Dawn by Avril Lavigne show, where she will take three turns on the catwalk inside the Metropolitan Pavilion.

Sister Kendall may be the modeling maven of the family, but this isn’t the first time Kylie has stepped in front of the camera for fashion: the tween starred in a series of TV ads for Sears last year.

Considering the family connection to Lavigne — Kylie’s half-brother Brody Jenner is the designer’s current beau — we wouldn’t be surprised to see a few famous faces lining the front row come Monday, cheering for their favorite fashionista. Tell us: Are you excited to see Jenner walk the runway?

–Kim Peiffer


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Ellie on

She is sooo fug. Seriously, not cute at all. All the fake hair in the world will not make her look better. Luckily, its not too late to get an education and another career.

whateveryoubum on

she’s the main reason I think Bruce is Khloe’s dad and the pimp mom was creeping around b/c this kid and Khloe have the same face, skin tone and features…Kris is a lot of things so adding a w**** to the list isn’t farfetched, obviously her house doubles as a brothel

yuna on

Her brother is dating Avril so I’m sure that is how she got into that fashion show. Not dissing her, just saying….

banae on

she is not so pretty and either is the other one just because the older sisters are famous by doing nothing with 2/3inchs of make-up and make-up artists making her beautiful she will not do good at modeling wake up people its you that have made these idiots famous great lesson for normal girls who got 100 times the beauty she does but doesn’t have the millions
money doesn’t buy beauty

Pat on

She definitely has the stature to be a runway model. But I am not “excited” to see her on the runway – I am interested in the fashions themselves, not the person modeling them.

Kelly on

Honestly anyone can look like a model with the right clothes, makeup, etc. She is cute, I’m sure she’ll do fine.

adkam on

Poor Kylie looks just like her Dad. She’s still a lovely young woman, but Kendall will always get more “beauty” offers. I think the high fashion model piece is actually a good fit. There are plenty of models who do quite well and don’t look like a Victoria Secrets’ type. They don’t have to.

Alyssa on

That’s nice that she’s in the show but she doesn’t look like runway material. The fact that it’s simply because Brody is banging the designer also speaks volumes.

Katy on

I think she will be GREAT! The entire family is Fabulous!!!

Alyssa on

I can possibly see her doing print adds, but not the runway. She’s slender but she doesn’t have that runway model body. If she were actually in a modeling agency trying to book work, she would be asked to loose some weight, I can see her arms aren’t that toned. She also doesn’t look extremely tall, I would put at no more than 5’7 without shoes on.

Again, this screams Kris Jenner trying to push her kids in the spotlight at any cost. You have KK and K doing reality TV left and right, Rob doing DWTS even though he says he wasn’t interested and his mom pushed him into it and now you have Kylie playing a runway model.

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