Kylie Jennerâ€™s First Runway Was For Avril Lavigneâ€™s Lame Ass Clothing Line
One of the greatest tragedies of the modern era is that nobody seems to remember that on September 13, 2011, Kylie Jenner walked her first runway forÂ Avril Lavigneâ€™s forgotten clothing line, Abbey Dawn.
As you might expect, Abbey Dawn was very Avril Lavigne.
A little bit tacky, a little bit lame, and very embarrassing to like if youâ€™ve already hit puberty.
At the time, Kylie Jenner was 14 years old, a fact which caused minor controversy in the fashion world, but more on that later, and her half-brother Brody was deeply in love with the Canadian lover of skater bois.
Obviously it doesnâ€™t take a genius to figure out why Avril asked Kylie to walk in her show, but what is curious is that she didnâ€™t ask Kendall to walk in the fashion show too.
Kendall would have to wait two more years to make her runway debut.
Meanwhile, Kylie would walk the runway two more times thanks to Avril.
Not that KendallÂ seemed bitter about it.
In fact, all the Kardashians who were present for Kylie’s runway debut looked like they were genuinely having the time of their lives and not at all like they were forced to sit through a tacky ass fashion presentation against their will, which is probably because in 2011 they were still universally hated and willing to do anything for some PR.
In a video of the show, Kimmy is gleefully singing along to all of the songs, Kendall and Kourtney are posing for selfies whenever Kylie’s not onstage, and even Kris Humphries, noted fuckboy, seems to be enjoying himself.
AlthoughÂ not everybody was so happy that Kylie was there.
Earlier that year the Council of Fashion Designers of America was â€œextremely upset that Kylie walked in the Abbey Dawn showâ€ because they had apparently sent out letters to all the designers asking them not to use any model under the age of 16.
Whatever, Kylie looked like she was having funÂ as she walked down the runway in a union jack mini, striking a punk rock pose on the end of the runway like the teenage poser she was.
It doesn’t get much better than this, people.