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Kylie Jenner: Shorts draw guys in

Published 10/08/2015

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner remembers Topshop opening in LA as the biggest thing in girl history.

The youngest of the Kardashian/ Jenner clan may have only turned 18 today, but she's already managed to become a fashion designer.

While Kylie often likes to flaunt her enviable figure in skimpy outfits and swimwear, she's toned things down with her Tophsop offering Kendall + Kylie, which she co-designed with older sister Kendall, 19.

"If it's a nice summer's day and I want guys to pay attention, I'd wear these little jean shorts with knee-high gladiator sandals and this floral shirt, which ties at the waist," Kylie told

"Kendall, what would you put together for a date night?

"I'd probably wear the pants you have on with some kind of cropped shirt and some cute strappy heels to keep it casual. You don't want to look too try-hard, especially on a first date," Kendall outlined.

Topshop has been a staple on the British high street since the 60s. In recent years its popularity has spread around the world, and the brand now has stores everywhere from America to Kazakhstan.

"I remember when Topshop first opened in LA, it was like the biggest thing in girl history, ever. People were going crazy," Kylie recalled.

"It's such an honour that they wanted to have our line there. We're so excited to be bringing the LA vibe to the UK," Kendall added.

Kate Moss has previously designed 15 collections for the store.

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