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Kendall Jenner One of the Gals in New Calvin Klein Undie Campaign (pics!)

Kendall Jenner is joined by supermodels Isabeli Fontana, Joan Smalls and Edita Vilkeviciute for Calvin Klein’s new underwear campaign. (Photo by Mikael Jansson for CK)

Kendall Jenner may be a newbie when it comes to high-end modeling, but Calvin Klein had no problem pairing her with some of the world’s top supermodels for it’s Fall 2015 underwear campaign.

After all, she’s got Kardashian cache. But that’s not all.

Kendall, 19, more than holds her own wearing next-to-nothing bras and panties along with Isabeli Fontana, Joan Smalls and Edita Vilkeviciute.

All three models are industry veterans. Fontana is the senior member, at 32. Smalls and Vilkeviciute are both 26. But their beauty is ageless.

The fashion brand has been teasing the campaign, called “The Original Sexy,” by posting photos and a video on Twitter.

Kendall Jenner, Supermodels Hot for Calvin Klein (Click Photos to Enlarge!)

Kendall also posted a Twitter photo that barely fell within the social media site’s decency standards. “Little tease at the new @CalvinKlein underwear #MyCalvins,” she wrote.

Kendall told industry trade magazine WWD that she and the girls had fun posing in their underwear. “It was super fun. Every girl loves posing in her underwear. It’s always fun to do that,” she said.

“I’m close with Joan, and me and all the girls are friends,” she added.

Although half-sister Kim Kardashian is famous for her rear end, Kendall upholds the familial tradition with a sexy shot in a skimpy thong that reveals her pert cheeks.

Photographer Mikael Jansson lensed the campaign at Pier 59 in New York. Kendall was forced to fly back and forth between New York and Paris, where she was modeling in Paris Fashion Week, she said.

“The shoot was amazing. Mikael Jansson shot it, and he and I have a good chemistry. Having girls around who are all my friends, the energy was really great,” she told the magazine.

Kendall received some push-back from other models during Fashion Week because of her meteoric rise and her celebrity connections. They thought she was pushing out more deserving, if lesser-known models.

But the criticism has slowed her career one bit.

The campaign is slated to go public later this month.

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