A photo posted by King Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Mar 24, 2016 at 1:40pm PDT
Kylie took to social media on Friday with what appears to be two sneak peeks at the frames. Her Instagram pic shows a pair of chic gold tortoiseshell aviators featuring the brand's logo, and a Snapchat features her modeling the same pair next to Kendall.
The sisters' collection, which the Jenners were on hand to debut at Nordstrom in Los Angeles this week, is growing rapidly and already includes apparel, footwear and accessories (Coachella-ready wide brim hats, anyone?).
A photo posted by Kylie Jenner Snapchats (@kylizzlesnapchats) on Mar 24, 2016 at 3:13pm PDT
No timetable's been released for the line, but if we were to predict the styles, we'd expect a range of covetable aviators, considering they're Kendall's signature sunglasses (seriously, Kendall without her aviators is like Kylie without muted matte lip color—a decidedly rare occurrence).
Kylie's more experimental with her protective eyewear, often wearing boxy, oversized sunglasses or throwback cat-eye styles. But she loves a good pair of aviators, too (after all, they look good on almost everyone).
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On the heels of her special-edition Vogue, and older sibs Kim and Kourtney jumping on the Snapchat bandwagon, Kendall Jenner has blessed our news feeds with her very first snap story! Today, while trotting around sunny L.A. with sister Kylie to promote the launch of their namesake fashion line at Nordstrom, the 20-year-old supermodel sent out a flurry of characteristically chic pics and videos. Naturally, she was wearing a black-and-white cutout gingham jumpsuit from the collection giving us serious OOTD envy.
With the addition of Kendall, we're just waiting on fitness and organizational queen Khloe to get onboard and start posting hyper speed workout snaps.
Check out her first snap here:
A video posted by Kendall Jenner SnapChat ✿ (@kendalljennersnap) on Mar 24, 2016 at 1:17pm PDT
We all know their faces—there’s no need to even utter their surnames: Kendall, Kylie, Gigi, Bella. But it turns out there’s a lot in a last name, at least in social rank, according to some statistics created for fashionista.com by analytics firm D’Marie. They broke down some not-so-surprising numbers on the overall influence of our favorite famous families (say that ten times fast) and ranked them based on engagement on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
In first place are the sisters Jenner (shocker!), who account for nearly half of the overall social pull among the thousands of ranked individuals. Snagging second are the Beckhams, as in David, Victoria, and Brooklyn, who’ve conquered the worlds of sports, fashion, pop, and modeling in spades, respectively, and take up a little more than a quarter of this familial matrix. Next up, Cara and Poppy Delevingne, followed by the youngest Smiths, the androgynous fashion favorites Jaden and Willow. Shockingly sliding into last place are the Hadids (Gigi and Bella). But as social media rankings change by the day, hour, minute, and second, we think it’s safe to say that this will change very soon.
A quick glance at the overall list reads like a social media dream, revealing the total following of our pop culture idols. Taking the crown is Kendall (again, contain your gasping), who boasts 74,526,272 loyal subjects. But the key to her ranking isn’t having the most followers (second place diva Taylor Swift has 201,940,796 followers and baby sis Kylie comes in third with 75,435,149), but rather in overall engagement across all three social platforms. Meaning: you can climb up the leaderboard on Instagram (we see you, Selena), but if you aren’t also being mindful of your Facebook and Twitter clan, you won’t make the cut.
We’re not enthusiasts, but we can get on board with these kinds of numbers. Let’s see how Gigi and Bella use this intel to get ahead—watch your backs, Cara and Poppy!
All in all, though, you probably don't need a study to tell you how influential these families are when it comes to personal style—including everything from the leggings Kendall loves to the girls' knack for wearing things in unexpected ways.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner
Jaden and Willow Smith
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Unless you're the one playing, there's absolutely no wrong shoe to wear to a basketball game. Kendall and Kylie Jenner really drove the point home while sitting courtside at an Lakers game in L.A. last night, with both picking bold over-the-knee boots. Kendall's black and white lace-ups are by Sophia Webster, a pair she's rocked before and shared on Instagram (garnering one million likes, natch). Kylie's patent leather pick didn't show as much skin as her sister's statement makers, but the high-shine finish was still very flash. Presented side by side, it was Jenner style at its best: glam, over the top, and hard to ignore.
Thigh-high boots at a basketball game is nothing new for Kendall. She's done taupe leather Celine before and more Sophia Webster (paired with itty-bitty denim shorts). The shoe is a favorite of Victoria's Secret bombshells everywhere too—we saw plenty in street style shots before this year's show—and the look might never have come into vogue if not for a former Angel. Yup, the world can thank Gisele for making it happen.
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Pictures of Kylie Jenner’s First Puma Campaign Are Here (And We Predict These Sneakers Selling Out!)
With the first pictures from Puma's campaign starring Kylie Jenner out now, there's absolutely no hope for Kanye West and his earlier claims that no way, no how, would his sister-in-law be teaming up with the company. The snaps show King Kylie posing in a pair of blue high-waisted leggings, a sports bra, and sneakers, and it's the latter that should attract your attention most. Not only are they pretty slick, but history shows it's the kicks that reach fever pitch quickest. If one item is destined to sell out from the Jenner-fronted collections, it's those babies.
The sneakers are called "Fierce" and are hitting stores and the web on April 1. Though new, the DNA of the shoe looks similar to a trainer included in Rihanna's collection for the brand (most noticeably the extra-long tongue). There are some key differences between the Fierce and the style she's seen wearing in below snap, but they're close enough to provide a glimpse into how we can expect Kylie to be styling the pair.
Puma must be feeling pretty good about itself too. The coup of landing Kylie for the spring campaign came after the aforementioned work with Rihanna, who presented her collection during New York Fashion Week. Consider her range a case study, in that the flatform creepers quickly became a hard-to-find style (the first batch sold out within hours of being released). Kylie's got a pretty impressive track record too—maybe you've heard of a little something called a Lip Kit? They sell out constantly, attract massive attention whenever a new shade or restock is teased, and basically appear to have the power to ruin the lives of beauty aficionados who just can't score a tube. In other words, mark your calendars for April 1.
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We received some big news here at Glamour HQ this morning from the youngest of the Jenner clan. Kylie Jenner is selling her clothes—*pause for gasp*—and they will be available for auction on eBay charity until March 5th, when a portion of the proceeds will benefit The Children's Hospital Los Angeles. The bidding as of now ranges from as low as 99 cents for a skirt and as high as $51 for jackets—so if you want to snag some Kylie approved looks, now is definitely the time to start your bidding.
Sadly, no belts that can be worn as skirts or Chanel purses are for sale—for now—but the trends we're seeing resemble Kylie's fun younger vibe, such as this red oversized hockey jacket—which is currently going for $51.
A photo posted by King Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Aug 5, 2014 at 2:32pm PDT
Take a look at the rest of the items here, and shop for a good cause!
When it comes to date-night dressing, you can always fall back on a flirty little dress or a favorite top and dark pair of skinnies. Still, there's always an opportunity to try something different, and the past 24 hours have turned up plenty of inspiration for out-of-the-box styling. From Blake Lively proving a turtleneck can be sexy and chic, to Jessica Alba's stunning take on lamé and Amal Clooney's splash of leopard, we're loving what these ladies wore for nights out on the town. Plus, we've got intel on what one famous reality sister wore out today, and it might be the freshest idea for a Valentine's Day date outfit that we've seen recently.
Jessica caught Saint Laurent's fall '16 menswear show in Los Angeles last night looking totally ready to pop out for drinks and dancing after. She played with one of this spring's sexiest little trends—the slip dress—but turned it rock-n-roll by opting for a floor-length style in a stagelight-bright metallic. A classic black leather jacket finished off the look.
Prepare to reconsider when and where the turtleneck is appropriate. The staple has been steadily creeping its way into the shopping mainstream, but it's still mostly regarded as as prim piece for layering or keeping cozy on weekend days at home. Blake cast an entirely different light on the piece in this Chanel couture dress, with the high neckline appearing as the epitome of chic. Recreate sans runway items by tucking a knit into your own embellished skirt or layering one over a sequined cocktail dress.
Amal took advantage of an airport moment to make a major style statement, picking mid-calf leopard-print boots to add a jolt of something extra to her otherwise all-black look (notwithstanding the jaunty camel cap, a hue echoed by the base shade of her shoes). It took something seriously eye-catching to distract us from her Altuzarra bag, but the boots managed to pull it off. The takeaway? Bold accessories turn closet basics into a wow-worthy look.
If you're wistful for the days of little white dresses, please pay attention to what Kylie Jenner pulled together when leaving her New York City hotel this morning. The floaty, lacy LWD is definitely summer-appropriate, but by replacing flat sandals with sexy over-the-knee boots and pulling on a tailored topper, the delicate dress is ready for significantly chillier temps. (P.S.: That dress looks like it's the one from their new collection; pre-order it here).
If you're still on the hunt for more cool winter date ideas, consider Adriana Lima's steamy take on the naked dress.
Contrary to Derek Zoolander's ethos, in real life, being successful in fashion takes more than simply being "really, really ridiculously good looking". Case in point? The Jenner sisters. While Kendall and Kylie are of course, really, really ridiculously good looking (not to mention super stylish and famous from birth), making it big in the fashion business takes much more than that. And on Monday night in New York City, the youngest Jenners proved their salt in celebrating their first collection, Kendall + Kylie. The girls presented their collection to a small, but key group of industry power players, such as Ken Downing, Fashion Director of Neiman Marcus and Roopal Patel, Fashion Director of Saks Fifth Avenue. The event, held at a private home in TriBeca, was an intimate one, where the Jenners hobnobbed with press, and also retailers—and the girls were all about talking business.
In covering the event, New York Times Fashion Critic, Vanessa Friedman pondered whether the Jenners could follow suit of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who parlayed their celebrity into an esteemed fashion house, with a CFDA award to prove it. "Are Kendall and Kylie Jenner the Olsen sisters of the midprice market?" questioned Friedman. With #proudmama, Kris Jenner's midas touch, the sisters seem to have such sartorial potential.
And yes, sure, not all of us have a brother-in-law named Kanye West or a family friend that was in one of the most famous boy bands of all time (erm, hi Lance Bass), to offer their congrats and a photo op, at the end of the day, the clothes need to be good. Quality, fit, and price need to be on-point and the merch needs to get produced and delivered to retailers in a timely fashion. Parts one and two are there and time will tell on the rest. But judging from the reception last night, the fashion future looks bright for these ladies. Check out pictures and scoops from the party:
Kendall and Kylie arrived soon after their mother, and were all smiles. After dropping their coats and bags with a nearby assistant (mini Givenchys for the girls and a Judith Leiber crystal clutch for mama Kris), they spent over an hour answering reporters' questions and talking about their collection.
According to multiple sources, Kris Jenner herself was involved in every last detail of the event. She dazzled the posh crowd with her business prowess and stopped to pose with her old friend, Lance Bass.
PYTs Hanna Bronfman and Devon Windsor stopped by to offer their congrats to the Jenners and take copies selfies in the selfie booth (which was on a Jenner level of awesomeness).
About an hour into the party, the crowd quieted and it got really bright. So, apparently that's when Kanye West walks into a room. The entire crowd had their iPhones in the air with flashes ON.
West was beaming with pride for his sisters-in-law and stopped by for some photos with them, his mother-in-law, Ian Connor, and A$AP Rocky.
Kendall Jenner's cage sandals. Beyond.
Martha Hunt and Josephine Skriver stopped by.
Kendall with A$AP Rocky.
After business, must come pleasure. After the meet and greet, Kendall, Kylie and friends, stepped downstairs to dance to tunes by DJ Virgil Abloh. And yes, everyone went crazy when Beyonce's Formation came on. One girl even climbed up a ladder and danced on it. So that happened.
DJ Virgil Abloh and Kendall chatted for a while.
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At this point, it's become abundantly clear that the entire Kardashian-Jenner family is full of moguls. The youngest of the bunch, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, have been busy with an assortment of professional gigs—a major campaign here, a best-selling lip kit there—and the duo is now pairing up for Kendall + Kylie, a new contemporary line of clothing and shoes that's retailing at stores like Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Shopbop (prices start at $68 and range to $498).
If you glimpsed at the spring collection blindly, without a clue of which celebrity names were attached, chances are you'd still be able to make a good guess at who's driving the bus. It's got all sorts of Kardashian closet essentials, from curve-hugging dresses to crop tops and trendy, model-of-the-moment-style pieces. All of it looks like an easy way to slip into Kardashian-dom, and when you're presented with an opportunity like that, you seize it.
I played at being a member of the fam earlier this week, borrowing some of the new pieces and giving them a whirl around Glamour headquarters. Maintaining the Kardashian ethos was paramount, but it was important for me to imbue some of my own style too—it's an approach I can't help but think the sisters (and
#Proudmama momager Kris Jenner) would insist on. The aim wasn't to be Kendall or Kylie; rather, I wanted to see how being a member of the family, sartorially speaking, would feel.
Kendall + Kylie dress, writer's own shoes
This '70s-inspired boxy mini felt totally Kendall-on-duty, and it was a good one to pull on first since the heavy material conveyed a tactile sense of luxury (read: the range doesn't feel cheap). While the model's typical style is more about athleisure and high-waisted skinny jeans, I felt like I was living one of the countless campaign images she's posed for. The hemline and lace-up neckline count this one out as a work option, but it would definitely be cute for shopping or dinner.
A matched gingham set was too loud for me, an average civilian not used to a reality TV crew and paparazzi flashbulbs (I'm guessing this is one of the "surprise statement pieces" Kylie alluded to in the press release). I watered it down by mixing in a long-sleeve crop top that's paired with a matching pencil skirt in look book images, and while it looked good, this was a dangerous outfit. One wrong arm move and things would get inappropriate; plus, the top is actually totally backless, necessitating a bra-less moment and flashing a lot of skin. Beyond taking a selfie or Snapchatting, wearing this outfit would be tricky IRL.
I completely surprised myself by favoring this curve-flaunting dress the most, but it might make sense as the Kardashians are masters of sexy date-night dressing. The below-the-knee hemline is one Kim actually wears a lot, and the extra coverage was perfect for tempering the snug fit and lace-up detailing on the side (check out that scandalous detail heading down my right leg). The fabric was soft too, a factor I don't often associate with body-con styles but happily welcomed. As a final Jenner-Kardashian touch, the mules were perfect, and it's not hard to understand why the oft-photographed girls included these in the debut collection. The blush color combined with the high vamp made for the ultimate in leg-lengthening.
The last look attracted the most attention from tourists and building workers positioned outside our offices. Therein lies the biggest takeaway from the girl's collection too: It's all good at helping get some K or K into your closet, but if you're looking for one style to put in your shopping cart, pick one of the simple-but-sexy basics done in a neutral hue. It's timeless, Kardashian, and timeless Kardashian.
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The date is set.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner are going to make their New York Fashion Week debut as official designers on February 8. As you'll recall, the stylish sisters announced plans to launch Kendall + Kylie, their first standalone apparel and footwear collection launch back in the summer. While the reality stars-turned-models-turned-fashion-favorites have already designed capsule collections for both Pacsun and Topshop, showing on their own line at New York Fashion Week is certainly upping the ante.
“This is all us. It’s enjoyable to be able to fully create,” Kendall told WWD upon the launch of the collection back in July 2015. “It’s a lot different from our Topshop and PacSun collections because those were both collaborations, so they obviously had a say in everything.... One main thing that we wanted to cover was to make sure that it was affordable and still beautiful.”
The collection will retail from $60 to $250 and of course, we'll be there to report all the Jenner chicness back to you on February 8. Check out the girls as they prep for their launch.
A photo posted by Kendall + Kylie (@kendallandkylie) on Jan 4, 2016 at 1:19pm PST
The Jenner girls making tweaks at fittings for the their spring 2016 collection.
Kendall puts the finishing touches on a gingham number.
A photo posted by Kendall + Kylie (@kendallandkylie) on Nov 12, 2015 at 4:36pm PST
For a sneak peek of full looks from the Kendall + Kylie collection, head here.
Turns out, keeping up with the Jenners might be harder than with the Kardashians. And in case you need a refresher, watch this:
Remember when Kylie Jenner insisted that her stylish moments weren't really indicative of her true self? ("People love fashion, but that's so not me.") Well, the stunning champagne-colored silk gown she picked for last night's Diamond Ball could have fooled us—this is a number for someone who loves dressing up. It's by August Getty Atelier, and it's far-and-away her most glamorous moment ever.
As the evening's host, it was only fitting for Rihanna to bring out some big-time fashion too. Her dramatic champagne silk satin gown and matching cape are Dior Haute Couture; her shoes are also Dior.
The other attendees giving RiRi and KJ a run for their best-dressed money? Zendaya, who flaunted any normal red-carpet conventions by rocking a Rosie Assoulin look that mixed a crop top with wide-leg pants to wondrous effect.
Emily Ratajkowski's one-shouldered black Rhea Costa dress was simpler than the rest, but draped in a way that made it perfect for dancing (see the Instagram proof here).
The high-glam evening is an annual event thrown by Rihanna to honor the Clara Lionel Foundation, a Barbados-based cause created to honor her grandparents. It's not the first time this week the popstar has been in the news showing her support either—she also announced she'd be showing her Puma collection at New York Fashion Week this February by way of an auction item that supports the foundation.
Ready for a walk down memory lane? Come relive the best red-carpet moments of 2015, and vote on your favorite!