At the age of 10, Kylie Jenner often wore prints and bright colors.
Back then, the youngest child of momager Kris Jenner was already attending red carpet events.
Jenner sported a white dress and brown biker jacket to the 2009 Teen Choice Awards.
She accessorized the look with long layered necklaces and black heels.
In May 2010, she walked the red carpet wearing a red floral romper and a black blazer.
Then 12, the young reality TV star completed her outfit with black boots.
That same year, Jenner sported a camel-colored dress with an asymmetrical neckline and wide belt.
Around this time, Jenner’s dark nail color became one of her go-to beauty looks.
She showed up to the 2011 premiere of “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” in a white dress.
She also lightened the ends of her dark brown hair to an auburn shade, creating a subtle ombré effect— one of the biggest trends that year.
Later that year, she wore a gray sheath dress.
The 14-year-old also temporarily dip-dyed the ends of her hair pink, another big trend at the time.
At the grand opening of Kardashian Khaos in December 2011, Jenner wore a sequinned Hervé Léger dress.
Since then, shimmery dresses — adorned with sequins, jewels, or beads — have become a staple in her closet.
Jenner was photographed backstage at the 9th Annual Race To Erase MS event wearing metallic pants and a flowing top in May 2012.
She kept her long hair parted in the middle.
In 2013, the “KUWTK” star wore a floor-length red Badgley Mischka gown on the red carpet.
That year, Kylie and Kendall collaborated with PacSun to launch their namesake clothing line, Kendall + Kylie, which has since expanded to include swim collections and accessories.
She donned a sweatshirt dress at the Kids’ Choice Awards in March 2013.
She accessorized the look with simple gold bangles.
Two months later, Jenner wore a similar pair of heels to the premiere of “After Earth.”
And she accessorized again with gold bangles.
At 16, she appeared to be a big fan of asymmetrical necklines and hemlines.
She also wore ombré hair again, although she went with a more dramatic gradient effect this time around.
She had one of her first major fashion moments at the Billboard Music Awards in May 2014.
The reality star made headlines for her blue dip-dyed bob— which, at the time, was a big change from her usual long hairstyle.
Jenner showed off her love for beaded dresses at the 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards in June.
And she ditched her blue dip-dyed hair for a chic, all-black bob.
At 17, she seemed to gravitate toward floor-length gowns.
Jenner also began sporting long lashes, smoky eye shadow, bold contouring, and matte lip colors.
She wore a glittering silver dress to an after-party for the Grammys in February 2015.
The beauty mogul brought back her signature long hair at the event.
A few months later, she walked the red carpet in a nearly identical silhouette.
Wearing a long bob again, Jenner began to show an affinity for switching up her hairstyle.
In fall 2015, Jenner attended Prabal Gurung’s Spring 2016 fashion show wearing a bandeau top.
The 18-year-old wore the black bandeau under a blue-and-white printed suit.
The following year, the reality star went full glam at an after-party for the Golden Globes.
She looked chic in a beaded, long-sleeve crop top with a satin and tulle skirt.
She wore another stylish suit in April 2016.
She paired the all-white outfit with a clutch and matching pointy-toe heels.
Jenner attended her first Met Gala in 2016.
She chose a dazzling, floor-length, silver Balmain gown in a familiar silhouette for the occasion.
At 19, the Kylie Cosmetics founder experimented with adventurous silhouettes.
She also rocked a dramatic pale blonde bob around this time.
She also frequented fashions shows more regularly.
Today, the reality TV star is often spotted at fashion weeks around the world.
Jenner looked radiant in a silver gown at a Golden Globes after-party in January 2017.
The 19-year-old made a splash in a custom metallic dress from design house Labourjoisie.
Two days later, she wore another floor-length number on the red carpet.
The reality TV star chose a purple two-piece dress with thigh cutouts — made by Balmain, one of her go-to designers — for the event.
She stood out in a fringed set at New York Fashion Week in February 2017.
According to E! News, the mesh cutout dress, designed by Jeremy Scott, was adorned with strings of Swarovski crystals.
In April 2017, she turned heads in a bold print at Coachella.
She accessorized the bold look with purple hair, gold necklaces, and trendy clear heels.
That same month, she walked the red carpet in a simple striped minidress.
She also went back to wearing long, dark hair for a bit.
And she rocked the “no pants” trend at a launch party.
The Kylie Cosmetics founder added an edgy touch to her casual outfit with thigh-high, bright purple boots— a look Kourtney Kardashian has rocked, too.
Jenner brought back her ice blonde bob, which was lighter than ever, at the 2017 Met Gala in May.
The beauty mogul wore a semi-sheer Versace gown embellished with beads, floral accents, and fringe details on the sleeves.
Off the red carpet, Jenner consistently makes headlines with her bold street style.
Like her sisters, the entrepreneur is a big fan of athleisure.
In early May 2018, she kept it comfortable in an olive-green Y/Project jumpsuit.
She took the look to the next level with a pair of lace-up purple Francesco Russo pumps.
At the 2018 Met Gala, she looked glamorous as ever alongside boyfriend Travis Scott
Three months earlier, Jenner and Scott had welcomed their first child, Stormi Webster, into the world on February 1.
That same month, she wore a turtleneck, floor-length dress at a Business of Fashion event.
Jenner kept her hair simple in a high ponytail.
Today, the 20-year-old’s closet is full of sporty designer threads and expensive dad sneakers.
The “KUWTK” star often rocks current trends like tiny sunglasses, bike shorts, and fanny packs.
In June, she paired a sports bra with pointy-toe clear heels.
It wasn’t the first time the beauty mogul wore a bra as a top.
She celebrated her 21st birthday in two head-to-toe pink looks.
The night before her August 10 birthday, the Kylie Cosmetics owner wore a long-sleeve fuschia dress to an intimate dinner with her family at Craig’s in West Hollywood, California. She accessorized the satin Peter Dundas number with matching strappy, fuschia heels by Olgana Paris.
Later that evening, Jenner changed into a sparkling strapless one-piece before heading to Delilah nightclub, also in West Hollywood, for her star-studded birthday bash. Designed by Nadim Olivera Soudaiha from the Labourjoisie fashion house, the light-pink bodysuit featured 70,000 Swarovski crystals, according to a post on the luxury brand’s Instagram page.