Kendall Jenner's family didn't recognise her when she walked the runway in Victoria Beckham at Paris Fashion Week.

Kendall Jenner left her family thinking they missed her walking the runway

Kendall Jenner left her family thinking they missed her walking the runway

The 28-year-old supermodel wore dramatic square glasses, had her hair slicked-back and wore a black suit designed by the former Spice Girl at her Spring/Summer 2024 show last year, and she loves that mom Kris Jenner, 68, and sister Kim Kardashian, 43, didn't know it was her.

Speaking on the latest episode of 'The Kardashians' this week, Kris said: "Where’s Kendall? Did we miss Kendall? I’m like, maybe Kendall got stuck in traffic? What’s happening?"

In a confessional, the momager said: "Kendall.

"I don’t want you to take this personally, but I think I should let you know that I didn’t see you walk because I didn’t recognise you. It’s so horrible!"

Kendall said: "My family, my friends, they didn’t recognise me, but I kind of love that, I really kind of love it.

"That’s, like, kind of always my goal, like, being a chameleon, I guess, in the sense of becoming a different character."

Meanwhile, Marc Jacobs recently confessed he thinks it is "problematic" when the fame of models overshadows the designs they are showcasing.

The 61-year-old designer thinks there are "two ways" for people in his position to work amid the current trend for models-as-stars, to either step apart from them or "embrace" the iconic faces.

In a profile of Kendall for Vogue magazine, he said: "“When you put Kendall or Kaia or Gigi or Bella in a show, you can expect that most of what you will read online the following day is about those four people being in the show.

“You will know very little about the collection. I think that’s problematic. But this idea of a personality as a great model is just where we’re at.

"What might have been the story in the 1970s, with a Lauren Hutton, who started off as a model and became super well-known as a model—now things are different.

"I think Kendall’s beautiful. She wears clothes with confidence. I think she’s also super nice and charming. She photographs well. She has all the things, but then also this thing that makes her very of this moment, this reality-celebrity thing.

"There are two ways you can deal with that. You can say, I don’t want anything to do with this, or say, This is real, and I can embrace it. I think that’s the way you go with Kendall.”

Kendall credits her big break in fashion to walking in Marc's fall 2014 show, and the designer admitted he cast her on the suggestion of his collaborator Katie Grand because he enjoyed the "irony" of taking someone from a globally famous reality TV show and putting them into an anonymous "army" of models.