Given their enormous reach — a combined 72 million social followers — the youngest members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan are poised to cash in on a lucrative fashion venture. The young contemporary line — all pieces retail for under $250 — is dress and top heavy, but comprises a range of styles from jeans, jumpsuits and trench coats, as well as swimsuits and cover-ups, manufactured by 3072541 Canada Inc. Kendall + Kylie will also launch a shoe collection manufactured by Marc Fisher Footwear.
It’s the first time the sisters — who also appear together in Balmain’s spring ad campaign — have put their stamp on a collection that reflects their current tastes and styles they actually wear. The line combines Kendall’s more classic, feminine style and Kylie’s more edgy streetwear, taken in a palette of mostly black and white with pale pink and blue accents.
“This is all us. It’s enjoyable to be able to fully create,” said Kendall. “It’s a lot different from our Topshop and PacSun collections because those were both collaborations, so they obviously had a say in everything.”
Added Kylie: “I feel like we’ve both really evolved our styles, and this represents what we want to wear.”
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Magazines > 2015 > Footwear News.Com – August 2015
It’s a sunny afternoon in Los Angeles and the girls are in a sweltering showroom downtown — an Art Nouveau space in the garment district with nothing but heirloom fans barely mustering a breeze. Both are dressed in figure-hugging, all-black looks. Kendall wears a blouse plunged to the navel with a gold buckled belt, while Kylie is poured into floor-sweeping flared trousers and a crop top. They sit at a long table flicking through their phones, which one imagines are also quite warm to the touch from an endless flow of “likes” from approximately 103 million combined followers worldwide.
They are framed by two models wearing looks from their premiere full-scale independent label, Kendall + Kylie. Completing the scene are racks of the spring ’16 collection, which includes apparel, swimwear and, most importantly, shoes.
Footwear News’ exclusive first look is also the sisters’ first time seeing the line together as a whole. It’s a big moment.
“I really love it. We’ve been excited about this for a while,” said Kendall, 19, surveying the smattering of Polaroids of her favorite pieces scattered in front of her. “We’ve been working on it for about a year, but it’s so cool to see everything in person.”
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After an initial shoe launch with Modern Vintage LLC last season through brothers Rick and Brian Cytrynbaum, the shoe license was purchased by Marc Fisher in June. Moving quickly, Kendall + Kylie Creative Director Chelsey Santry worked with the Fisher team and the girls to have the footwear collection done in time for this week’s FFANY show.
“Kendall and Kylie share a unique relationship with their audience that is uncompromisingly personal and trusted,” said Susan Itzkowitz, president of Marc Fisher Footwear. “They have mass appeal, which young girls and women alike seek to emulate.”
Kendall Jenner was spotted running errands in LA on July 27, wearing an adorable outfit. She rocked a denim mini skirt and it is so stylish. You can SHOP for 5 ways to rock this leggy transitional trend just like Kendall.
Kendall Jenner, 19, was running errands in LA on July 27 in an adorable outfit. She rocked a denim mini skirt which means, denim skirts are totally back in style. Not only can you SHOP for Kendall’s exact skirt here, you can try 5 other ways to rock the cool summer trend.
She rocked an off-the-shoulder Cotton Citizen Raw Edge Raglan White long-sleeve tee, tied in a knot to show off her toned tummy, with a light-wash One Teaspoon Junkyard Skirt in Diamonde that was very short.
She sported yet another B-Low The Belt Frank Belt in gold. She has been spotted wearing all different types of these belts with a slew of different outfits. She topped the whole look off with peep-toe nude Jimmy Choo Mysen 100 booties for a casual, yet chic look.
Magazines > 2015 > Love Magazine – Fall/Winter 2015-16