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Kendall Jenner Loved 2014 New York Fashion Week

By Staff
Feb 26, 2014
Kendall Jenner

Keeping up with the Kardashians teen star Kendall Jenner was thrilled with New York Fashion Week saying it was a ''dream come true''.

The up-and-coming model and star of 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' made her runway debut for Marc Jacobs earlier this month, and insists she felt at ease backstage before her big moment.

The 18-year-old beauty enthused to People magazine: ''I think that it was all incredible. I'm literally living my dream right now, so I think that it was all a dream come true and it was amazing. It still really doesn't feel real, but it's all amazing.

''I thought I was going to be very, very, very nervous to the point where I felt like I was going to throw up, but I wasn't, I was really comfortable. I had a lot of good people surrounding me backstage and I had a lot of good people out just like, I had a lot of support so it was amazing.''

The brunette - who recently split from One Direction singer Harry Styles - has also turned her hand to designing with her younger sister Kylie Jenner, launching a shoe collection for Steve Madden, Madden Girl.

Kendall explained: ''A shoe line is something we've always wanted to do. We have our clothing line and I think that this is just like kind of the next step to what we want to be doing, so it's fun.''

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