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Kendall Jenner dons a leggy neon look in NYC… as Coca-Cola responds to THAT bodega endorsement

Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kendall Jenner emerged from her hotel in quite a head-turning neon look in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood on Thursday.

The 23-year-old Society Management Model dressed her slim 5ft10in figure in a bright neon blouse over a blue-and-green mini-skirt and translucent pumps selected by stylist Marni Senofonte.

Make-up artist Mary Phillips made sure the Proactiv brand ambassador was properly contoured with a glossy pout as she hit the Big Apple streets.  

Leggy: Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kendall Jenner emerged from her hotel in quite a head-turning neon look in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood on Thursday

Leggy: Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kendall Jenner emerged from her hotel in quite a head-turning neon look in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood on Thursday

And hairstylist Amanda Lee coiffed Kendall’s signature raven locks into a tidy partial updo.

Jenner later served panelist duties at the Paint Positivity: Because Words Matter event inside the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn. 

When the Calabasas socialite left a bodega holding a can of Orange Vanilla Coke that just so happened to match her tangerine Bec & Bridge pencil dress on Monday, many assumed she was being paid to do so. 

NYC: The 23-year-old Society Management Model dressed her slim 5ft10in figure in a bright neon blouse over a blue-and-green mini-skirt and translucent pumps

She relies on stylist Marni Senofonte

NYC: The 23-year-old Society Management Model dressed her slim 5ft10in figure in a bright neon blouse over a blue-and-green mini-skirt and translucent pumps selected by stylist Marni Senofonte

Flawless: Make-up artist Mary Phillips made sure the Proactiv brand ambassador was properly contoured with a glossy pout as she hit the Big Apple streets

Flawless: Make-up artist Mary Phillips made sure the Proactiv brand ambassador was properly contoured with a glossy pout as she hit the Big Apple streets

Out and about: Hairstylist Amanda Lee coiffed Kendall's signature raven locks into a tidy partial updo

Out and about: Hairstylist Amanda Lee coiffed Kendall's signature raven locks into a tidy partial updo

Out and about: Hairstylist Amanda Lee coiffed Kendall’s signature raven locks into a tidy partial updo

Group shot: Jenner later served panelist duties at the Paint Positivity: Because Words Matter event inside the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn

Group shot: Jenner later served panelist duties at the Paint Positivity: Because Words Matter event inside the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn

‘Kendall Jenner is not paid by Coca-Cola and this was not a paid placement,’ a Coca-Cola spokeswoman clarified to Refinery29 on Wednesday.

‘There is nothing better than drinking an ice-cold Coke in the summer and clearly Kendall agrees!’

Perhaps the obviously orchestrated moment was a subtle dig at Pepsi for casting her in a tone-deaf ‘protest’ commercial, which had to be pulled from the air last year. 

Spokesmodel? When the Calabasas socialite left a bodega holding a can of Orange Vanilla Coke that just so happened to match her tangerine Bec & Bridge pencil dress on Monday, many assumed she was being paid to do so

Spokesmodel? When the Calabasas socialite left a bodega holding a can of Orange Vanilla Coke that just so happened to match her tangerine Bec & Bridge pencil dress on Monday, many assumed she was being paid to do so

A Coca-Cola spokeswoman clarified to Refinery29 on Wednesday: 'Kendall Jenner is not paid by Coca-Cola and this was not a paid placement'

A Coca-Cola spokeswoman clarified to Refinery29 on Wednesday: ‘Kendall Jenner is not paid by Coca-Cola and this was not a paid placement’

Tacky: Perhaps the obviously orchestrated moment was a subtle dig at Pepsi for casting her in a tone-deaf 'protest' commercial, which had to be pulled from the air last year

Tacky: Perhaps the obviously orchestrated moment was a subtle dig at Pepsi for casting her in a tone-deaf ‘protest’ commercial, which had to be pulled from the air last year

The Victoria’s Secret catwalker also got slammed for her disastrous endorsement for the notorious Fyre Festival, which paid her $250K for a promotional Instagram post in 2017.

Fans can catch more of the nepotistically-privileged daughter of Caitlyn & Kris Jenner on the 18-episode 16th season of her reality show, which airs Sundays on E!

Back in 2017, Kendall and the rest of her famous family signed a massive $100M deal with the cable network through 2020, according to Variety.

'Treachery': Fans can catch more of the nepotistically-privileged daughter of Caitlyn & Kris Jenner on the 18-episode 16th season of her reality show, which airs Sundays on E!

‘Treachery’: Fans can catch more of the nepotistically-privileged daughter of Caitlyn & Kris Jenner on the 18-episode 16th season of her reality show, which airs Sundays on E!

Via CelebStarZone

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