That being said, she had no hesitations about feeing the nipple on the catwalk.
Kendall Jenner opened up about her nerves ahead of her very first runway show -- but, no, they had nothing to do with showing skin.
The 26-year-old model made her high fashion debut in 2014 for Marc Jacobs at the young age of 18, rocking a completely sheer top on the runway. For the show, she was dressed in a light taupe colored long-sleeve shirt which was completely see-though, paired with high water trousers and a short red bob with bleached eyebrows.
Though she was a little nervous about her first show, she revealed in a new video with Vogue that her concerns had nothing to do with her near-toplessness.
"I had just turned 18. I remember getting a call from my agent saying that Marc [Jacobs] and Katie wanted to put me in this kind of sheer top," she recalled. "And I was like, I'm game like, I don't mind like, I'm all good with the nipples so it didn't make me any more nervous."
"I genuinely was just like dope!" she said with a laugh. "Whatever they want, it's their vision so let's do it. I was completely comfortable."
Instead, she was actually nervous about her footwear for the runway.
"I weirdly had little nerves and I think it was because my shoes were relatively flat. They weren't some big tall heel. I was pretty chill --- even though my boobies were out,” she said.
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While she's a seasoned pro on the catwalk now, Kendall recalled looking a little stiff at first -- admitting she "didn't necessarily know what I was doing" at the time.
"I remember going into my agency and kind of getting like a walking lesson because I didn't necessarily know what I was doing," she said. "I think I took tips too seriously and ended up being really stiff when I got on the runway."
"I've learned a lot since then," Jenner added. "She's just a little girl here and I love to see it."
Jenner has frequently "freed the nipple" since that very first Marc Jacobs show -- and most recently rocked a sheer look at the 2022 Met Gala.