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Kendall and Kylie Jenner unveil latest Topshop collaboration

Published 09/06/2016

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

The reality TV sisters have launched a swimwear collection with British retailer.

Kendall and Kylie Jenner have unveiled their new range of swimwear for Topshop.

The reality TV siblings joined forces with the British retailer in February, 2015, and released their first clothing collection in November, and after teasing fans by posting snaps on social media, the sisters finally revealed their second range for the store on Wednesday (08Jun16).

The latest 37-piece collection focuses on swimwear just in time for the summer holiday season, with designs ranging from classic one-piece swimsuits in block colours to cut away, bondage-style monokinis in metallic hues.

"We are so excited to create another exclusive line with Topshop," Kendall said in a statement. "For our new swimwear collection, we drew inspiration from our California roots; every look captures the beachy summer vibe of L.A."

The 20-year-old model stuns in the publicity shots for the collection, showing off her slim physique in a cobalt swimsuit in one shot, while she kneels in the sand in a white bikini for another sultry snap.

Meanwhile younger sister Kylie, 18, oozes confidence as she lies in the sand in a sporty lime bikini for one picture, before changing into a black and gold bondage-style monokini for another snap.

The siblings have added plenty of colour to the collection, which is priced from $30 to $85 (£24 to £58), with Kylie modelling a coral zip up bikini top and a pair of pale blue bottoms, while a palm print also features on a Bardot-style bikini set and a cutaway, plunge one-piece.

The collection will reach select Topshop and Nordstrom stores as well as on Thursday, 9 June (16).

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