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Vote: Is Kendall Jenner the 'fashion icon of the decade'?

Last updated on: September 11, 2017 15:05 IST

She received the Daily Front Row's award this weekend, but are you convinced?

Victoria's Secret model Kendell Jenner Fashion Icon of the Decade

Kendall Jenner is a Victoria's Secret Angel.
Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters.

 

Kendall Jenner is every where we look these days.

Last week, she hit the runway for Tom Ford's Spring/Summer 2018 show at the New York Fashion Week.

On Saturday, she walked the runway for Alexander Wang at NYFW.

And in between all this the 21-year-old model also picked up the Daily Front Row's 'Fashion Icon of the Decade' award!

 

Victoria's Secret model Kendell Jenner Fashion Icon of the Decade

Kendall Jenner -- in a Giambattista Valli gown -- with big sister Kim Kardashian -- sporting her new look -- at the Daily Front Row Fashion Media Awards on September 8 in new York City.
Did you know that Kim is also in the news for posing in the nude again?
Photograph: Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images.

 

Considering she was only 11 years old when the decade in question began, the decision surprised many.

But a spokesperson for Daily Front Row defended the decision to Huffington Post, 'We're living in a digital decade and Kendall is the ultimate style influencer. [The] digital generation more than ever turns to social media to learn what's next and Kendall has 83 million devoted Instagram followers, many of whom emulate her style.

'Kendall has also captured the hearts of the leading fashion magazines, photographers, and brands.

'A fashion icon is someone who influences the look of a generation and Kendall has been making a huge impact on their style.

'It's noteworthy that fashion bible Vogue has called her the breakout model of her generation and put her on the cover of their September issue in 2016.'

Do you agree? Tell us with your vote.

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