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Jenner sisters step into footwear

Published 30/07/2015

Kendall and Kylie Jenner
Kendall and Kylie Jenner

Kendall and Kylie Jenner are making a united attempt to become some of the fashion industry’s hottest designers.

The sisters, who became famous while starring on reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, are quickly becoming fashion icons.

And the duo have revealed they’ll be launching a collection of clothing, swimwear and shoes for their Kendall + Kylie collection in Spring 2016.

According to Footwear News the siblings are already placing pre-orders for their famous friends Taylor Swift, Gigi Hadid and Hailey Baldwin.

Of the eight shoes debuted this week from the Kendall + Kylie line, only two of them are flats. The rest are pumps in either full black or white, with some of the stilettos featuring gothic lacing.

Kylie would have it no other way, as she can’t imagine her closet packed with flats.

“The only flats I own are a few sneakers,” she told the outlet.

Kylie is very impressed by the designs of Gianvito Rossi.

She believes the Italian shoemaker has an inimitable classy flair.

“He’s a designer whose shoes I admire,” Kylie noted.

Kendall sported some golden Manolo Blahnik pumps to the Kendall + Kylie shoe collection soft debut.

And the supermodel is a huge fan of the brand.

“They are just so well made and comfortable,” she gushed.

Kylie has previously spoken about why she likes to wear more gothic hues than bright colour.

"I think my style is a little bit darker thanks to my mum," she mused to the British edition of InStyle. "There are a lot of skulls around her house and the furniture is mostly black and white. She wears a lot of black too, and I think that's definitely rubbed off on me."

The famous sisters have stepped into the world of fashion design together before, as they previously collaborated with PacSun and Top Shop.

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