Kendall and Kylie Jenner have finally debuted their latest project, which they’ve been teasing for weeks: a capsule collection for Topshop. Brimming with cute, age-appropriate wares, the 15-piece Kendall + Kylie collaboration features floral-printed playsuits, cut-off shorts, a fringed maxi skirt and more.
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The campaign images see the two Keeping up with the Kardashians stars modelling some of their new designs, looking the epitome of Los Angeles cool as they pose together on the beach and outside a luxury villa. Kendall, 19, also smoulders in a few solo shots, showcasing her supermodel credentials as she rocks a series of boho chic ensembles.
“We are so excited to see our collection in Topshop - it is the perfect place to capture the energy and aesthetic of our designs,” the pair said in a statement. “When working on the inspiration, we very much wanted to capture the essence of our own lifestyles and create pieces that would fit perfectly into our wardrobes. We hope you have as much fun wearing the collection as we did designing it!"
The stylish sisters caused quite a stir in the industry when they revealed earlier this year that they would be creating the capsule collection for Topshop.
The pair confirmed the news on their website, before both taking to their Twitter accounts to share the link. “So excited!” wrote Kendall, while Kylie excitedly revealed they had “big news”.
“Launching for Summer 2015, the collection will comprise a capsule summer wardrobe,” confirmed a statement from the high street giant. “Characterised by the girls' LA lifestyleand their modern, eclectic design aesthetic."
Previously stocked at PacSun, the Kendall + Kylie collection is anticipated to be a huge success – afterall, the girls combined have over 50 million Instagram followers, an insight into their ever-growing number of fans.
Last week the teenagers delighted fans when they created a new account on the social media app specifically for their Kendall + Kylie brand, where they immediately shard behind-the-scenes photos as they made final decisions over new designs.