The best friends glammed up to attend the runway show together and were given pride of place next to the fashion brand's owner Sir Philip Green on the front row.
Kendall brightened up the dull weather with a pair of bright blue fitted trousers, which she combined with a white shirt that exposed her midriff. To keep warm, she donned a camel-coloured coat wrapped around her shoulders.
Cara - who regularly fronts campaigns for the high-street brand - went for a monochrome look, pairing a black leather skirt with a frilled white shirt. She finished the look by twisting her hair into a high ponytail and applying some subtle make up.
Other guests in attendance at the event - which took place at the Tate Britain in London yesterday (22.02.15) afternoon - included Jourdan Dunn, Pixie Geldof and Alexa Chung as well as Emily Ratajkowski, Paloma Faith, Jessie Ware and Daisy Lowe.
Meanwhile, 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star Kendall recently announced that Topshop would exclusively stock her and sister Kylie's new clothing range.
The line - titled KENDALL & KYLIE - will be launched in the summer, with a post on their official website reading at the time: ''Topshop to be the exclusive global stockist of the KENDALL & KYLIE young contemporary collection. A collection designed by sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner will be stocked exclusively at selected Topshop stores globally and online at TOPSHOP.COM.
''Launching for Summer 2015 the collection will comprise a capsule summer wardrobe, characterized by the girls' LA lifestyle and their contemporary, eclectic design aesthetic (sic)''
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