Kendall And Kylie Jenner To Design Clothing Line
Keen to prove they are the biggest stars in the Kardashian and Jenner household, Kendall and Kylie Jenner have revealed plans to design their own clothing line.
Despite being aged only 16 and 15, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, have already taken the fashion world by storm, gracing the covers of numerous high fashion magazines, as well as walking the runway at the recent New York Fashion week. Now the two half sisters of the Kardashians are planning to release their own clothing line with Majestic Mills.
The collection, which is thought to be aimed at teenage girls, up to women in their early twenties, is set to make it’s debut next spring. The line will include dresses, shirts, trousers, shorts and a host of accessories, designed by Kendall and Kylie.
Speaking of the exciting news, Kendall and Kylie told People magazine: “We always get asked what we are wearing, so when we got the chance to design our own line with Majestic Mills, we were thrilled. We have been really excited by the creative design process from the start because we love fashion, and we can’t wait to share it with our fans!”
Many have predicted that Kendall and Kylie will go on to become huge global stars, with some claiming that the girls who are daughters of momanger Kris Kardashian and former Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner, have true talent and star qualities unlike their older half-sisters.
The pair has appeared in the family reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians since they were young teens, but it seems the girls aspire to be more than just reality stars.
Kendall has already been keen to distance herself from her sisters, revealing she would like to be known as a Jenner not a Kardashian. The young beauty has the perfect high fashion model physique, and has already been tipped by many high fashion brands to be the next big thing in the world of modeling.
On top of their modeling work, upcoming fashion line, reality TV appearance, and contribution to Seventeen magazine, the girls also juggle school work and normal teenage extra curricular activities.
Article By Victoria Beckett