Kendall Jenner, the second-youngest sister in the extended Kardashian clan, walked the esteemed Marc Jacobs runway show Thursday in a sheer knit blouse that showed her nipples, and fans can't seem to handle it.
On the other hand, the 18-year-old model's famous family beamed with pride about her Fashion Week achievement, with her mother, Kris Jenner, gushing and calling her "amazing" and half-sister Khloe Kardashian saying she "killed it" and "major."
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashian" star seemed to be enveloped by the fashon sphere as style bible Vogue teased its Instagram followers with styled photos of the aspiring model-designer in various post-Fashion Week looks. Jenner wears designs by the likes of Tory Burch, House of Herrera and Oscar De La Renta -- as well as Jacobs -- in snaps that do not feature decolletage of any sort. (Anyone wondering if she'll land a Vogue cover before half-sister Kim Kardashian?)
However, Kardashian followers, as they're wont to do, bashed the brunet beauty's peek-a-boob catwalk turn and scolded her for letting her nipples show through the designer's sheer, flesh-hued blouse. They had a few choice words about Kris Jenner's parenting too...
And as Khloe Kardashian is wont to do, she fired back at the haters Thursday night on Twitter.
"She's too dope for you 2 understand!" the 29-year-old tweeted. "Yall would trade places with her in a second! The hate is real! Lol bye haters! #ModelLife #Simple"
"Oops I keep forgetting I'm supposed to be on my 'don't sweat the small stuff'ish.... But I just can't pass up a good rant," the newly single starlet continued.
In response to one follower telling Kendall "to cover up" because she doesn't need to dress "like that," Kardashian said, "Its a fashion show. She doesn't choose! #Clueless."
As for Kendall Jenner's reaction? Well, she stayed mum about the whole controversy on Twitter, retweeting only one of her half-sister's strongly worded diatribes. Alas, too strongly worded to be reprinted here.
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