Photo Credit: Easton Schirra
Kendall and Kylie Jenner have launched an exclusive collection for Neiman Marcus, and you’re going to want to wear every piece. Seriously.
The Kendall + Kylie collection is an elevated extension of the sisters’ spring collection, which Neiman Marcus also carries. The nine-piece line is inspired by favorite vintage pieces as well as their current closets, with fine details and meticulous tailoring, creating pieces like a black silk jumpsuit and leather short was an opportunity for them to create with finer fabrics, trims, and detailing.
To bring a modern twist and feel to their closet favorites, the girls took a personal approach to the design process by selecting fabrics and colors, reviewing prototypes, sketches, and styling fit models for photo shoots.
It’s a far more luxe line than you’re used to seeing from the youngest sisters of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, whose first foray into the world of fashion began in 2012 with a highly successful juniors collection with PacSun. In 2015, Kendall and Kylie collaborated with Topshop to create a series of California-inspired capsule collections, exclusive to the British retailer. Committed to developing a mature voice in the fashion world, the sisters broke new ground with the Spring 2016 launch of their sophisticated and contemporary ready to wear and footwear collection.
The new collection is available for pre-sale now at www.NeimanMarcus.com/KendallandKylie and in stores on April 7. The collection is included in the retailer’s #OnlyatNM program, a strategy developed last fall to highlight the store’s exclusive merchandise.
“When we started working on our spring ready-to-wear line, we knew we had to do exclusive looks for the Neiman Marcus shopper,” Kylie said of the new collection. “We paid a lot of attention to the fabrics and silhouettes.”
Added Kendall, “The collection is sophisticated, clean and beautifully tailored. We wanted to widen our range of customers by introducing a more premium clothing line. We incorporated a lot of sophisticated and versatile pieces that were simple yet chic.”