She’s been trying to move past the tragedy that happened at the Astroworld festival earlier this month.
And Kendall Jenner appeared focused on business as she stopped by a Beverly Hills office building on Thursday.
Though casual, the model, 26, still radiated star-power as she sauntered in donning a suede coat and plaid scarf in a matching mustard hue.
Keeping classic, she added straight-legged blue jeans, a white tee shirt and shiny black loafers
Kendall tied the ensemble together with a little designer purse and chic sunglasses.
The star has been keeping a relatively low-profile since the deadly concert that took place in Houston, Texas on Friday, November 5.
Also in attendance was sister Kylie, 24, with her three-year-old daughter Stormi.
10 young people, aged from 9 to 27, were crushed to ɗᥱαꚍɧas a sizable group of the 50,000 in attendance pushed toward the stage at NRG Park during Travis Scott’s performance spot.
Afterwards, Kendall posted a statement on social media which said: ‘I’m still at a loss for words over the news from Astroworld. I’m truly broken for the families that have lost loved ones and my prayers go out to everyone involved.
‘Sending everyone who has been affected all of my love and wishing them strength during this incredibly devastating and sensitive time.’
City officials are still investigating what caused the pandemonium at the sold-out event, with Houston’s police chief pushing the blame on Scott last week for pulling the plug after new footage emerged showing cops casually filming the concert.
Houston Police Chief Troy Finner refused to provide a timeline for the police response after a sizable group pushed toward the stage.
As of November 16, more than 125 fans are suing Scott for $750million over the ɗᥱαɗly incident.
The lawsuit, filed by Houston Attorney Tony Buzbee – who had previously been representing at least 35 victims from the concert – accuses Scott and festival organizers of ‘gross negligence’ for the chaos at Astroworld.
The suit also names Live Nation, Epic Records Drake and Apple as defendants for their involvement in organizing the festival, and Buzbee plans to file another lawsuit with 100 more plaintiffs in the coming days.