Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s New Handbag Line Has Charms Named After Kylie’s Dogs

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Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Donato Sardella/Getty

They’ve already got fall fashion in the bag! Kendall and Kylie Jenner unveiled their fall 2016 line of handbags from their eponymous Kendall + Kylie collection, available now at Saks Fifth Avenue. And similar to her Lip Kits, Kylie named two pieces from the 18-piece collection after two family members near and dear to her heart: her miniature Italian greyhounds, Norman and Bambi.

“Bambi looked like a little deer, and she’s the color of Bambi the cartoon,” Kylie, 18, told W in a Tuesday, July 12, of the $95 leather and faux fur charms. “And Norman gave me these creepy looks, which reminded me of Norman Bates.”

Besides the furry Fendi-esque key chains (the $400 ones that Kylie let her puppy, Odie, gnaw on), there are plenty of options made of luxe materials. Tote your necessities in the Violet Leather & Calf Hair Chain Crossbody Bag ($225,, or give some back to school #vibes with the Koenji Leather Backpack ($295, 

Any of the options are bound to earn you plenty of street style cred. “Some bags are such a statement piece, they can really alter an entire look,” Kendall noted. 

The handbags are only an addition to the extensive Kendall + Kylie collection, which began with a line of tops, dresses and 54 pairs of shoes with PacSun that launched in January. For the spring, they released an exclusive higher-end capsule with Neiman Marcus that hit shelves in April. And right before summer, the sisters partnered with Topshop for a 37-piece line of swimwear.  

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