Kendall & Kylie Jenner to Launch Clothing Line

10/15/2012 at 05:00 PM ET

Kendall & Kylie JennerEthan Miller/Getty

It was only a matter of time. The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Kendall and Kylie, are following in the footsteps of their older sisters (who own more brands than we can keep track of) and getting into the clothing design game.

The sisters’ line will be aimed at tweens and teens and according to WWD, it will debut next spring and include shirts, pants, shorts and accessories.

“We always get asked what we are wearing, so when we got the chance to design our line with Majestic Mills, we were thrilled,” the sisters tell PEOPLE. “We have been really excited by the creative design process from the start because we love fashion, and we can’t wait to share it with our fans!”

And while it may be their first foray into apparel, Kendall and Kylie are hardly newbies when it comes to the fashion scene. They’re Seventeen contributors, jewelry designers (the collection was slated to launch this year) and successful models.

Though details regarding the collection are limited, our money is on pieces that reflect the teens’ personal style. Think: bright colors, high hemlines and super-trendy details. In other words, don’t expect understated. Tell us: Are you excited to see Kendall and Kylie’s clothing line? Do you think it will be a success?

–Jennifer Cress

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jenn on

Kind of a slap in the face to real designers out there, but I really didn’t expect these girls to go to college and maybe use their brains instead of the Kardashian name.

Sweetme on

Family aside, they are just two girls living their dreams and who cares what they do? Good for them, doing their own thing rather than just feeding off the rest of the family’s wealth. LEAVE THEM ALONE, hatred gets the world nowhere.

star on

I just wished designers would design clothes that kids are ACTUALLY allowed to wear t school. There are dress codes that kids have to go by when dressing for school. I am tired of dressing like hookers on the street corner. I didn’t dress like that as a tween or teen, and before anyone says that I was probably to fat to dress that way, at 15 I was a 36-26-36 cheerleader. I have a tween girl and I doubt I could afford their line of clothing, but I wouldn’t allow he to walk out the house in anything that isn’t appropriate.

Katrina on

This is worse than Honey Boo Boo. They are disgusting and fake and just plain STUPID

Danielle on

As long as we watch their program , they will be on the news…..so stop and you will see them disappeared from view…..it’s that simple…..

Commentor on

Of course they are. They’re still too young, legally, to release a sex tape. So what else are the poor girls to do?!? They HAVE to have a brand or they’ll get drummed out of the family. And have pity on their mom. She needs another retirement fund. Geez…

noelle on

pimp mamma old lady Kris Jenner at it again pimping her dtrs!!! She has to get her 10% cut!!!

KatJ. on

Congrats Kendall & Kylie….you go girls! Pay no mind to the haters!

mary on

This is so disgusting. Such an unbelievable display of piggy momma jenner whoring out her clan for $$$$. Gross. Those girls need an education and their monther needs her head examined.

susan on

eeeeewwww!

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