If you didn't already think Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid were the belles of the modeling world, their dominance at New York Fashion Week should change all that.
Jenner, 21, walked on six runways over the course of NYFW's Fall/Winter shows, which began on Feb. 8 and wrapped up on Thursday, while Hadid strutted her stuff nearly a dozen times.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star showed the fashion community why she's so in demand, looking fabulous and in control at each show. Some of our favorite looks of hers included a nude lace-and-sequin stunner at La Perla, the neutral, business casual vibe she gave off at Ralph Lauren, and the fun, quirky patterned ensemble for the Anna Sui show.
But it was Hadid who was truly the face of NYFW, opening for powerhouses like Prabal Gurung and Zadig & Voltaire and wowing in metallics at Carolina Herrera and Sies Marjan.
Most importantly, the 20-year-old brunette beauty had one of the biggest moments of her already impressive modeling career on Monday, when she closed the Oscar de la Renta show.
"Someeeebody pinch me!!! Walking this show, let alone closing it was truly a highlight of my year..it feels so surreal! I am so grateful," she wrote on Instagram.
Closing the @oscardelarenta show last night 😫🙏🏼😇someeeebody pinch me!!! Walking this show, let alone closing it was truly a highlight of my year..it feels so surreal! I am so grateful ❤ Thank you to everybody at Oscar De La Renta @fernandogarciam1205 @tokibunbun @johndavidpfeiffer @natasharoyt✨!! thank you x a million 😇
The duo even overlapped at a few shows. Both walked in Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, Alexander Wang and Anna Sui, and Hadid's older sister, Gigi, also modeled in the latter collection.
And when they weren't showing off their crazy toned bods on catwalks, they were still looking fierce AF backstage with their pals.
It's safe to say that Jenner and Hadid have cemented their place as today's hottest young models.
Click through the galleries below to see all of their impressive looks during New York Fashion Week, plus their previous major runway moments.