Kendall Jenner puts toned bod on display in strappy orange bralette as she poses with Versace bag

Kendall Jenner has caused some controversy with her latest professional endeavor.

But the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is continuing to make a killing as one of the highest paid models in the world.

She put her toned bod on display Saturday, as she sported a strappy ruched orange bralette and some opulent gold jewelry, while posing with a colorful La Medusa bag by Versace.

Bag goals: Kendall Jenner put her toned bod on display Saturday, as she sported a strappy ruched orange bralette and some opulent gold jewelry, while posing with a colorful La Medusa bag by Versace

Bag goals: Kendall Jenner put her toned bod on display Saturday, as she sported a strappy ruched orange bralette and some opulent gold jewelry, while posing with a colorful La Medusa bag by Versace

Bag goals: Kendall Jenner put her toned bod on display Saturday, as she sported a strappy ruched orange bralette and some opulent gold jewelry, while posing with a colorful La Medusa bag by Versace

The 25-year-old donned a black pinstripe blazer off the shoulders with a pair of matching short shorts, her long dark hair styled wet.

She showed off the chic lilac leather handbag, which featured an orange chain strap and a turquoise alligator skin wallet.  

Chief Creative Officer Donatella Versace posted the sexy image to Instagram, writing: ‘Kendall looking absolutely incredible with my new La Medusa handbag.’ 

Kendall faced backlash earlier this week after announcing the launch of 818 Tequila, a small-batch brand.

Controversial brand: The 25-year-old faced backlash earlier this week after announcing the launch of 818 Tequila, a small-batch brand

Controversial brand: The 25-year-old faced backlash earlier this week after announcing the launch of 818 Tequila, a small-batch brand

Controversial brand: The 25-year-old faced backlash earlier this week after announcing the launch of 818 Tequila, a small-batch brand

Long journey: She wrote on Instagram: 'for almost 4 years i've been on a journey to create the best tasting tequila. after dozens of blind taste tests, trips to our distillery, entering into world tasting competitions anonymously and WINNING'

Long journey: She wrote on Instagram: 'for almost 4 years i've been on a journey to create the best tasting tequila. after dozens of blind taste tests, trips to our distillery, entering into world tasting competitions anonymously and WINNING'

Long journey: She wrote on Instagram: ‘for almost 4 years i’ve been on a journey to create the best tasting tequila. after dozens of blind taste tests, trips to our distillery, entering into world tasting competitions anonymously and WINNING’

Cultural appropriation: The news was met with criticism over the ongoing trend of celebrity tequila brands, which is putting a strain on the agave-producing region of Mexico, along with fears that workers are being exploited

Cultural appropriation: The news was met with criticism over the ongoing trend of celebrity tequila brands, which is putting a strain on the agave-producing region of Mexico, along with fears that workers are being exploited

Cultural appropriation: The news was met with criticism over the ongoing trend of celebrity tequila brands, which is putting a strain on the agave-producing region of Mexico, along with fears that workers are being exploited

She wrote on Instagram: ‘for almost 4 years i’ve been on a journey to create the best tasting tequila. after dozens of blind taste tests, trips to our distillery, entering into world tasting competitions anonymously and WINNING 

‘..3.5 years later i think we’ve done it! this is all we’ve been drinking for the last year and i can’t wait for everyone else to get their hands on this to enjoy it as much as we do! @drink818 coming soon’

The news was met with criticism over the ongoing trend of celebrity tequila brands, which is putting a strain on the agave-producing region of Mexico, along with fears that workers are being exploited.

Many have called her out for cultural appropriation, as she’s the latest star to profit off of Mexican culture with her own liquor label. 

As another outcry ensued over the Jenner/Kardashian clan’s tendency for cultural appropriation and shameless wealth, fans also pointed to male celebs like George Clooney, Nick Jonas and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, who’ve also launched their own tequila brands.

Double standard: As another outcry ensued over her family's tendency for cultural appropriation and shameless wealth, fans also pointed to male celebs like George Clooney, Nick Jonas and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, who've also launched their own tequila brands (pictured in September, 2018)

Double standard: As another outcry ensued over her family's tendency for cultural appropriation and shameless wealth, fans also pointed to male celebs like George Clooney, Nick Jonas and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, who've also launched their own tequila brands (pictured in September, 2018)

Double standard: As another outcry ensued over her family’s tendency for cultural appropriation and shameless wealth, fans also pointed to male celebs like George Clooney, Nick Jonas and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, who’ve also launched their own tequila brands (pictured in September, 2018)