The 23-year-old makeup mogul shared some snaps Saturday of her final look, as she stunned in a cream colored corset top and matching pants that hugged her curves.
Her newly red hair in an exaggerated braid that came past her waist, she posed in front of her expensive fleet of cars as she said goodbye to the show that made her famous.
Last looks: Kylie Jenner, 23, shows off her curve-hugging cream ensemble for her final day of filming Keeping Up With The Kardashians as she poses in front of her fleet of expensive cars
The soft material of the corset matching pants almost looked as if it could have been straight from sister Kim Kardashian’s SKIMS line.
She paired the look with a cream trench coat and accessorized with a pair of Bottega Veneta square toe heels.
Jenner carried a stylish boxy handbag and sparkled in pear shaped diamond earrings.
She posed in front of one of the many cars in her Holmby Hills driveway before whisking off to Kim’s house to film.
Decked out: The Kylie Cosmetics founder spared no expense on the last day as she came ready in full glam and wore an exaggerated braid that came past her waist
A full family affair, the family members took to social media to show off their decadent table setting that featured colored flowers and their faces in cookie form.
The final scene took place in Kim’s backyard as they dined al-fresco and closed the chapter on their hit show after 15 years of shooting.
The family was treated to a beignet truck and lots of alcohol as they did a champagne toast with the production crew to wrap out their 20th season.
On fleet: Jenner showed off her fleet as she stood in front of a custom Mercedes G-Wagon and a phantom Rolls Royce before arriving in style at Kim’s for the final scene
On the way: She played with filters as she filmed herself with fake horns coming from her head while in the car
Kylie showed off her look-a-like cookie that featured her red locks in a wispy updo, as she posted to her social media ‘last day of filming,’ with a white heart and emoji with welled up eyes.
Though in recent years Jenner has seemed less keen to film than some of her other sisters, the day was emotional for everyone, as even Kourtney
Despite being an obligation at times, there is no doubt that the family would not have garnered such immense recognition and fortune without it as a launching point.
Lifelike: She posted a photo of her look-a-like cookie next to Khloe’s which had been partially devoured
Mic drop: The family retired their mic packs after 15 years of filming as Kim showed all of them next to each other with their names
Luxurious lunch: The long lunch table was set with a centerpiece of colorful flowers and cookies with their faces on them as place settings
Sobbing: Though Kylie and Kourtney seemed to be the least two keen to film in recent years, the day was emotional for everyone
Beignets: The family was gifted a sweet treat as they had a Beignet Box truck that featured a sketched family portrait
Though siblings Khloe, Kourtney, Kim and Rob seemed to all bring their kids for the last day of shooting, Stormi did not seem to be present.
The family announced the show would embark on its 20th and final season in October as matriarch Kris cited social media as a factor in the show’s ending, with other’s saying it also had to do with money.
‘When we first started, there was no Instagram or Snapchat or other social media platforms. The world has changed. Now there are so many, the viewer doesn’t have to wait three or four months to see an episode. We can give them all of the information anyone would ever want to know in real time.’
Sisters: The family virtually grew up on television and have now closed the chapter on their hit E! show as of Friday
Moving on: It was announced last month that the whole family would be executive producing a show for Hulu to debut sometime in late 2021
With many fans mourning the loss of the long-running E! show, last month it was announced that the Kar-Jenner clan would be executive producing a new show for Hulu in an exclusive new Disney deal.
Though many details surrounding the project are unknown, the show – which is set for a late 2021 debut – will still reportedly give viewers more glimpses into their lives.
‘The family is really excited about this new chapter and adventure and of course are not looking to get out of the spotlight,’ a source told ET.
‘They’ll still continue to share about their lives through the deal with Hulu, but now with a new, updated spin.’
End of an era: The show first debuted in 2007 and launched various spinoff series for the sisters including Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Life Of Kylie, and Khloe and Lamar