There is no stopping Kendall Jenner. The 19 year old has blanket coverage of the style news. As well as being part of the new so-called Brat Pack (fellow packers include Gigi Hadid, Justin Bieber, Dylan Penn and Ansel Elgort) who all starred in a shoot together for Vogue US, she has just helped launch the new Courrèges Estée Lauder Collection.Long gone are the days when Kendall Jenner was merely just another sister to Kim Kardashian and a star of reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The teenager has been a huge hit in the fashion industry and her recent appointment as the face of Courrèges Estée Lauder Collection is another great achievement.

The new collection is is a visionary collaboration of fashion and beauty, with Kendall busting some moves and playing up to the camera while wearing sport luxe clothing and showcasing the youthful make-up range.kendall jenner, estee lauder

Watch the video here:

 

While the video might be just a mere 24 seconds it’s sure to get Estee Lauder the attention it desires with a single photo from the shoot posted on Kendall’s Instagram already garnering over 605,ooo likes. However, that’s the least the social media queen can do for the brand as it was them who offered her one of her first beauty contracts when she was starting out as a model.

Her debut promo for Estée was more sultry with a black-and-white teaser for the brand’s Little Black Primer. Following the campaign she was signed up by Karl Lagerfeld, and the rest they say is fashion history with Kendall being selected for a wide plethora of designers to run their catwalks.

The Courrèges Estée Lauder Collection consists of 12 products (ranging from gel eyeshadows, eye liners and lipsticks) which are designed to be sheer in colour and offer reflective shine – perfect for a fresh and fun beauty look.

While we enjoyed the new fun sporty video for Estee Lauder, we are still trying to work out what on earth is going on in her latest spring campaign video for PacSun in which she stars alongside sister Kylie. Watch it and if you can work it out let us know: