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Jenner sisters to launch eyewear line

Published 17/11/2016

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

The reality TV stars want fans to see the world "through our eyes".

Model sisters and reality TV stars Kylie and Kendall Jenner have developed an eyewear line.

The fashionable siblings will launch their Kendall + Kylie designs at U.S. department store Nordstrom and other select outlets in February (17). Their spectacles will retail from $145 (£116).

The collection is a collaboration between the Jenners and craftsmen at Allure Eyewear, and comprises acetate frames and specialty lens colours.

The sisters have already found success as designers with ready-to-wear outfits and accessories.

A joint statement from the stars announcing the new eyewear line on Wednesday (16Nov16) reads: "We're pleased to offer our new collection of sunglasses. Eyewear is the finishing touch that elevates any look. We can't wait for our customers to see the world through our eyes."

Kendall will surely end her social media hiatus as the launch date approaches, after leaving her 68.6 million Instagram followers baffled by shutting down the social media page.

During an appearance on Wednesday's (16Nov16) The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the 21-year-old explained why her account had disappeared, revealing she felt it was time "for a little bit of a break".

"I'm always on it (Instagram)," Kendall said. "I would wake up in the morning and look at it first thing; I would go to bed and it was the last thing I would look at. I felt a little too dependent on it. So I kind of wanted to take a minute. It's a detox."

Prior to deactivating her Instagram, the Estee Lauder brand ambassador held one of the most popular celebrity accounts, with one picture of her lying on the floor with her hair spread into hearts earning her over three million likes - the most of any photo in 2015.

Kendall's Twitter and Facebook pages remain active.

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