Fashion Month is finally over, and we at Fashionista know what you really care about: How did Kendall Jenner do during her second runway season?
Her first season was the stuff of model legend. She landed exclusives at Marc Jacobs in New York and Giles in London, and walked in Chanel's supermarket sweep in Paris. Now that Jenner is rumored to have nabbed the greatest modeling accolade of our time -- a pair of Victoria's Secret Angel Wings, duh -- we figured we should check in and see how she fared on the runway during the spring 2015 season.
Given all the headlines, it may have seemed like Jenner was at every show this go around, but in fact she only walked 13 shows total. Below, find our evaluation of Jenner's final show count, from least to most impressive.
13. Sonia Rykiel
Jenner was just one of many celebrity offspring to hit the Sonia Rykiel runway, which takes away the impact of her appearance.
When the designer handled your sister's wedding dress -- the same sister who is sitting front row -- it's pretty much a guarantee you'll be in the show. We don't want to use the word "nepotism," but...
Yea, fine, we'll say nepotism. Kim Kardashian is also close with designer Olivier Rousteing, so we're not surprised to see Jenner here either.
Jenner booked Chanel last season, and since there were 80+ looks in the show, she got a bit lost in the shuffle.
9. Marc Jacobs
This wasn't a surprise either, considering the Marc Jacobs show is what sparked the Jenner-mania in the first place.
8. Ports 1961
We didn't even remember she was here. But there's a good chance that she booked the show -- which isn't known for casting celebrity models -- on her merits as a model rather than her last name.
7. Tommy Hilfiger
We weren't expecting Jenner to walk the show for a mass market designer like Hilfiger. It was a good --if gimmicky -- surprise.
Though she was already in a Karl Lagerfeld show (Chanel fall 2014), her appearance in Fendi was less expected.
5. Emilio Pucci
Jenner walked the same runway as Naomi Campbell. That's some serious cred right there.
4. Donna Karan
Between Donna Karan's brands, we would have put our money on the cool, downtown DKNY for a Jenner appearance. Instead, she hit the runway for the more sophisticated main line. Props.
3. Bottega Veneta
Jenner also felt like a surprise pick for a quiet, more adult brand like Bottega Veneta, where she managed to hold her own.
2. Diane von Furstenberg
This was Jenner's first runway appearance of the season, and she looked every inch the powerful and sexy DVF woman.
1. Dolce & Gabbana
Jenner was the head of the Dolce & Gabbana model pack at the finale -- a serious power move, which is why we're naming this her most impressive appearance of the season.