Kendall and Kylie Jenner Land Deal with Jewelry Company Glamhouse
What better to go with your Kardashian Klothes than Jenner Jewelry?
Following in the footsteps of their big, supermogul sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, Kendall and Kylie Jenner are set to flex their own designing skills.
The teen sisters (who are 16 and 14-years old, respectively) have just landed a deal with fashion jewelry company Glamhouse, whose roster includes Nicole Richie's House of Harlow 1960 and big sis Kim's Belle Noel jewelry line.
"For a long time I've looked to expand the Glamhouse brand portfolio with a younger, more affordable line," Glamhouse Founder and President Pascal Mouawad said in a statement Tuesday. "Millions of teenagers look to Kendall and Kylie for style advice, so they were truly a perfect fit for the company and I'm thrilled to partner with them."
"We love accessories, and it's amazing that we're going to have our own line to be able to wear everyday -- and for our friends to wear, too!" Kendall and Kylie added about their jewelry collection that will hit stores over holiday 2013 with pieces priced between $19.99 and $69.99.
This marks Kendall and Kylie's breakout business endeavor by themselves -- they collaborated with their sisters and mom Kris Jenner on their Nicole by OPI Kardashian Kolors, a 14-shade nail polish collection available now at Walmart.
But, even as newbies to the biz, the Keeping Up with the Kardashian stars are no strangers to fashion. In September, Kylie walked the Abbey Dawn by Avril Lavigne runway while Kendall modeled Sherri Hill's evening wear during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in NYC.
Tell Us: Would you buy jewelry and accessories from Kendall and Kylie's yet-to-be-named line?