Kendall Jenner looked completely unrecognisable as she showed off her new look after Milan fashion week.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, looked stunning as she hit the streets in Paris debuting her newly-dyed locks.
The 26-year-old model wowed in a figure hugging black dress which showcased her toned physique.
The reality star completed the look with a pair of knee-high black boots, a small matching cardigan and a pair of designer sunglasses.
Kendall’s new red locks flowed down past her shoulders as she parted her hair in the centre.
She shared the look to her 220 million fans on Instagram as she posed for a mirror selfie.
In another post she shared snaps and clips of her on the runway days earlier.
She wrote: “Prada yesterday! What an honor. A million times thank you!”
Her mum Kris Jenner was one of the first to gush over her daughter by simply adding: “Gorgeous!!!!!”
Sister Khloe Kardashian made more of a sarcastic comment on the post, writing: “I’m Prada You.”
While other fans told her to “keep” the new hair style.
One wrote: “The hair colour looks so good on youuuuuu.”
Another penned: “You look perfect with the red hair,” followed by a red heart emoji.
A third added: “Love ur hair.”
Earlier this week, Kendall put on a jaw-dropping display while posing for a nude photoshoot for I-d Magazine.
The star switched her hair colour up again as she donned a short blonde wig with a cowboy hat.
In the magazine’s interview, Kendall opened up about how she still suffers from depression and finds that writing in her diary helps.
She said: “Yeah, it’s like an old-fashioned diary. It has a lock on it and I hide it, I lock it away: mine is so, so secretive. I’m like, ‘No one can ever get this.’
“It’s important to have a space that’s just for you where you can let out your happiness.
“Your anger, frustrations, and stress, the things that are freaking you out, the things that are making you happy and even just ideas.”
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