Kylie Jenner Turns Rocker Chick for Avril Lavigne's Abbey Dawn Spring Fashion Show

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The Jenner/Kardashian daughter, 15, hammed it up on the runway on Monday, wearing hot pants, garters, sticking her tongue out and flashing the devil's horn fingers.

Kylie Jenner, rocker chick?

The wanna-be model strutted her 15-year-old stuff for punk princess Avril Lavigne's Abbey Dawn Spring/Summer 2013 collection.

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One of her outfits was a provocative pair of bright red hot pants with a studded bondage suspender belt. She also modeled a white t-shirt with a red skull print and the slogan: "Hello Sailor," with a shoulder-studded leather jacket and a pair of black platform shoes.

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On the runway, Jenner hammed it up, giving devil horns fingers while sticking her tongue out. But on the red carpet before the show, she was dressed more demurely, in a black pleated skirt with a long-sleeved beige tank top, posing with the pink and blonde haired punk pop star.

Lavigne called and booked the little Jenner directly because she knows her from having dated her brother Brody Jenner. But with Lavigne flashing her new engagement ring from her Nickelback fiancee Chad Kroeger, there are obviously no hard feelings about her dumping Jenner's bro.

Lavigne expressed her gratitude today, tweeting: "Thank u to @KylieJenner and all the beautiful models who rocked the @AbbeyDawn runway tonight!! Kick ass!" This is not the first time Jenner has walked for Lavigne's line.

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She made her only mildly controversial runway debut at the 2012 Abbey Dawn show with the entire Kardashian clan in attendance. This year, no one showed up. Not Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Bruce Jenner, Kendall Jenner or Khloe Kardashian. Hmmm.

This year Jenner had the honor of closing the show. That's a big step up. And she also walked the Sherri Hill runway just two days before. 

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