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Kylie Jenner launches first ever pop-up shop

Published 19/11/2016

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

The reality star announced the news she would be selling her cosmetics line in a California mall.

Kylie Jenner is launching her first ever pop-up shop for her hugely successful cosmetics line.

The 19-year-old reality star announced her news in a press release and a series of racy images on Instagram on Friday (18Nov16).

To celebrate the news of The Kylie Shop, the star treated her fans to a set of sultry black and white images to promote the shop on social media.

In the snaps, Kylie is wearing nothing but a black lacy bra, thigh-high stockings and a leather trench coat, and in one image, she puffs on a cigarette while relaxing on a couch.

Her first ever Kylie Cosmetics pop-up shop will open on 9 December (16) at the Westfield Topanga mall in Canoga Park, California, E! News reports.

The widely successful cosmetics range, which includes lip kits, eyeshadows and eyeliners, has only been available to purchase online.

The pop-up shop will stay open until the stock has sold out, and shoppers will be able to get their hands on a full range of Kylie's cosmetics, including limited edition Christmas gift sets and exclusive merchandise.

The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan recently drove fans wild after announcing she was releasing a lip kit she had designed with her older sister, Khloe Kardashian. The limited edition set, named the Koko Collection, has sold out twice since its release earlier this month (Nov16).

Khloe also had news of her own on Friday, as she revealed her Good American jeans are selling out fast. She posted on Twitter that one of the styles, Good Waist, has had to be restocked twice since the launch of her debut fashion line in October (16).

"You guys are the best!! @goodamerican Good Waist has sold out TWICE since we launched in October!!!" she wrote. "I am so beyond proud and excited that you are loving this denim revolution and loving your curves!!"

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