Caitlyn Jenner, Formerly Bruce Jenner, Wears A Silk Bodysuit For First Public Appearance As A Woman

Now that's what we call breaking the Internet.

Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, has debuted "her" on the July cover of Vanity Fair.

In her first public appearance as a woman since coming out as transgender, the cover, shot by Annie Leibowitz, features a smiling Caitlyn in a custom-made silk strapless bodysuit. In an accompanying behind-the-scenes video, she poses in even more looks, including a black, off-the-shoulder gown, a floor-length sequined dress and a red minidress by Donna Karan.

The family has shown their support in interviews, on their television show and on social media, with Kim even providing her with fashion advice. In a new interview with Glamour, she explains:

“I was like, 'If you are going to do this, you cannot look a mess.' I went shopping. I’m helping him pick glam teams. He has to look good—or she has to look good. When he becomes she, which will be in the near future and remain that way full-time, I’m prepping her to have the best wardrobe and hair and to feel really good about herself. I know she would want that.”

If this cover is any indication of what's to come, however, we can expect some epic fashion moments from Jenner all on her own.

Jenner looks beautiful and most importantly, happy.

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