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All About Kendall & Kylie Jenner's Cali-Inspired Fashion Line

11/16/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

Kendall Jenner, Kylie JennerRowan Daly/Harper Smith for PacSun

Look out Kardashian Kollection: You’ve got some competition.

Little sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner have partnered with PacSun to create an affordable young women’s line that will be available online and in stores in February 2013.

“Everyone always talks about how much they love our style, so we took some of our favorite pieces from our closets and made them our own,” Kylie told PEOPLE on Wednesday at the photo shoot for the collection in Malibu.

The stylish sisters’ line includes many of their personal wardrobe staples, including dresses, crop tops, stretch pants and collared shirts.

“I’m really happy with how everything turned out, so I can’t wait for everyone to see it,” said Kendall.

Of course, the process of making the collection was not without a few spats between the siblings.

“There were definitely some little fights,” said Kylie. “Some pieces Kendall really liked that I didn’t like, but I think that’s what makes the line cool. People can have variety.”

Though the girls didn’t go to big sisters Kourtney, Kim and Khloé for advice — “We didn’t really [want] any … we wanted it to be more of a me and her thing,” Kendall explained — they are inspired by them. “They all have such different style, but I love it,” Kylie said, noting Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Miley Cyrus as additional fashion icons (Kendall prefers Blake Lively).

In fact, it was observing the Kardashians’ success that made the younger sibs want to launch a line in the first place. “Watching our sisters go through the process was really cool and inspiring,” Kendall said. So inspiring, in fact, that she and Kylie hope to grow their fashion empire someday, too. Tell us: Are you interested in seeing Kendall and Kylie’s clothing line?

–Gabrielle Olya

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Katrina on

Fashion Line? Im sorry I missed the memo did they do to school for fashion design or study it?? I feel sorry for real students who are trying to get into the business and people with money can just literally buy a clothing line

ellarae on

The clothes don’t look like anything special. The one on the right needs to learn how to pose. They’re very fortunate girls to have this opportunity – given to them due to their name, only. When people really have talent, and have to work hard for success – it shows in the results. This collection doesn’t.

Ann on

Good for them for not wanting advice from Kim who needs a serious make-over as all that skin tight tacky mess she wears needs to go…not flattering at all. Good Luck to them and hope they keep the prices so girls can afford to buy….

Lisa on

It is always amazing to me how many haters comment on every little thing any of the Kardashian/Jenner sisters do, taking time out of their lives to say how much they could care less (they must) or make rude comments about them. I say bravo to them! People are jealous and keep doing your thing, seems to be working for you!

anonymous on

I don’t need you to post this, just take the apostrophe out of the headline on the home page… I know, apparently it’s crazy to expect “journalists” to use proper grammar…

Samantha on

Oh, come on now. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Miley Cyrus fashion icons? Seriously? And yes, I can understand why Kylie and Kendall would not ask their older sisters for fashion design advice. Clothing should highlight and enhance the figure – not appear to be painted on … badly.

Samantha on

To Anonymous (2 posts up) … there’s nothing wrong with the apostrophe in **Jenner’s** … it shows possession.

mary on

Another idiot plan put together by the master puppetier Kris. Are you really telling us that these two teenagers designed these clothes? Are you kidding. Probably the same name deal as their half-sisters did with Sears. None of these girls have the professional knowledge or expertise to “design” clothing. Phaleese….that a gimmick. Pathetic.

LisaPizza on

I always feel bad for all those who actually went to school and had training and degrees and design and worked their hard knocks only to be beat out by some celeb’s spoiled kid who gets design lines thrown in their faces just because of who their parents are (Madonna’s daughter anyone?) I worked in Macys part time and had to put that stuff out on the racks. it was cute but still. No work all reward. I guess Im just a hater or a reaslist or something in between.

nan matkin on

sorry i had to laugh when i read about their Affordable line, what does this family know about affordable! keeping up with the kardashians would be a better reality show would be them living like the rest of us clipping coupons (but that would ruin their manicures) affordable line of clothes at target and goodwill and so on! let alone not getting a pre daughters wedding that will only last 72 days facelift!who knows how many jenners had ( probably why he is sqaushing the divorce rumors, he wants to look like kenny rodgers) these poor girls were even told by dad they didnt need to go to college(not that they couldnt afford it)

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