While her famous family has a hard time staying out of the public eye, Kendall Jenner—the most reserved member of the KarJenner clan—managed to maintain a low profile this year.
The runway fixture took five months off from the modeling game after walking for Dsquared2 in January. But she's back! Jenner returned to the catwalk on Saturday for Versace's spring 2019 menswear show in Milan.
Wearing the tiniest minidress imaginable in a whimsical print with thigh-high boots, the supermodel picked up where she left off without missing a beat. She served some major sass with her strut, as she clutched a chain-link purse from the Italian fashion house.
Her BFF Bella Hadid also made an appearance on the runway, and rocked a leather LBD with floral-embellished stilettos. Other notable female models included Stella Maxwell, Grace Elizabeth, and Imaan Hammam.
Although Jenner took nearly half a year off from her day job, that's not to say she hasn't been busy. In addition to attending annual industry events, like the CFDA Awards and the Met Gala, Jenner has likely been dividing her time among her new nieces, as sisters Kim, Kylie, and Khloé have all welcomed baby girls in 2018.
With the couture shows in Paris starting in two weeks, fingers crossed that Kendall has officially ended her sabbatical in the name of fashion.
This article originally appeared on InStyle U.S.