The model ditched the Fashion Week parties in favour of her longtime friend Tyler The Creator's gig at London's Brixton Academy.
She was back at work on the runway on Monday night for Burberry's London show after sitting out for much of this season's catwalks.
And Kendall Jenner knows how to make an impact, debuting her new blonde locks on the catwalk before heading out in London to party the night away with her pals.
The model supported her longtime friend Tyler The Creator's gig at London's Brixton Academy before party hopping to Love & YouTube's star-studded LFW bash.
Kendall was seen hanging out with friends on the balcony of the venue, singing along to her pal's hits.
Her new blonde locks were the focus of her look, with the star flicking her long tresses back off her face as she danced.
The a-list star fitted in with the crowd, dressing casually in a colourful vest top.
Kendall - who has left her naturally brunette untouched since her rise to fame - has followed in the footsteps of her famous sisters Kylie Jenner, Kim and Khloe Kardashian by switching up her look with blonde tresses, styled by hairdresser Guido Palau.
The Vogue coverstar was last seen with peroxide locks as she sported a wig at Balmain's AW16 show at the request of Olivier Rousteing.
She showed off her new look on the runway for Burberry's LFW showcase earlier on Monday night, leading the all-star models, including close friends Gigi and Bella Hadid.
Last year, Kendall sparked controversy with her comments about being selective of shows she would walk in during New York Fashion Week, and earlier this month, the social media sensation revealed why she chose to sit out NY shows completely this current season.
The TV star is the face of brands like Stuart Weitzman and Longchamp, and despite the fact Longchamp held a show for Fashion Week last week, she opted against walking in it.
'It’s a lot more mellow to just go,' the Victoria's Secret Angel told Vogue about her decision to be an attendee for the Spring/Summer 2020 shows.
Kendall added: 'But I won’t lie, I was missing it. I was watching the girls and I was like, "Damn, I kind of want to walk."'