Kendall Jenner Brings a Guest to Fashion Week

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Kendall Jenner, 16, rose to fame thanks to her half-sister Kim Kardashian and her family’s reality TV show. Since then, she’s quickly made a name for herself with her long legs and stunning beauty that we constantly pine over. (Really, I did not look like that when I was 16! Not fair!)

This week, she’s proven that despite being in the spotlight her entire life, she still has a caring heart by inviting Morgan Pierce, a 9-year-old fashonista, to join her at the Style 360 Tumbler and Tipsy show on Sept. 11.

With so much going on, Jenner has been one of very few people to remember that September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Her young guest was diagnosed with neuroblastoma as a 5-year-old and has been in constant health battles ever since.

“She loves absolutely everything fashion,” Emily Pierce, Morgan’s mother, told PEOPLE.

Jenner made sure Morgan experienced nothing short of VIP treatment, a nice break from the typical treatment she would receive in the hospital. Morgan and her mother had front-row seats to watch Jenner on the runway, goodie bags and a personal backstage tour.

David Manning, Style 360 founder, and Jenner worked together to make this possible for the Florida native, making one little girl happier while recognizing an important, yet neglected month.

“I was honored to be part of such a special night for her,” Jenner shared with PEOPLE.

A member of the Kardashian-Jenner Klan, gorgeous looks and a huge heart? Is anyone else jealous?

Photo Credit: WENN, Sara Jaye Weiss


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Sora Hwang, originally from New Jersey, is a journalism major at Northeastern University. On campus, she is involved in the Student Government Association, Northeastern University Figure Skating Club, Haute Fashion (as an editor) and Her Campus Northeastern (as secretary). In any spare time she can manage, she edits pieces for Pink & Black Magazine as its Life Editor and for Mochi Magazine as its Associate Managing Editor. Over summer 2012, she studied documentary filmmaking in Rome and hopes to expand her knowledge in video editing and production. In addition, she loves playing with her puppies, curling up with hot chocolate, and annoying her friends with her indecisiveness.