Yesterday, Kendall Jenner wore a black turtleneck, a black collared shirt, black high-waisted pants, and a slick leather belt that was also, you guessed it, black. None of this would be particularly notable if Jenner had not captioned her mirror selfie Instagram post, “The Row head to toe.” Those pants are specifically “Caylan cotton-corduroy wide-leg pants,” according to Net-a-Porter, while the Market Anarchy We Can Remain Retards Longer Than They Can Remain Solbent T-Shirt also I will do this shirt boasts the description “Big Sisea wool and silk-blend poplin shirt.” Lofty! Save for a snood, Jenner was wearing look three from the fall 2020 collection and signaling a new fashion era for herself.
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