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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Mae on

Yes! I cant wait for Kendall and Kylie’s line! They are both very inspiring in their sense of fashion and style. I love how much they also rep Brandy Melville. Can’t wait to see the results of the line and the different variety of garments. I will defiantly be a top buyer of their line. It’s a bonus for the girls to live in So-Cal as do I, to have the right idea of what fashion staples are needed for our hot summers! Thank you Jenner & Kardashian family.

Debra on

Let’s be real. What advice could the Kardashians give them? Just write the check to the ACTUAL designers of the clothing line and pretend like you slaved over a drafting table 24/7 coming up with the creations.

Rosy on

No, but that’s because I’m 36 and I feel old! However I’m pretty sure my neices are!!!!

don aykroyd on

They were never is the Blues Bros. movies….

Jody G on

PacSun and affordable in the same sentence? Get real!

Amber on

They shouldn’t be inspired by their sisters. None of the older girls can dress. Everything they wear is far too tight.

Sonny on

I’d rather be a Jenner anyday, than a Kardashian, except for Khloe, Kourtney and Rob!!!

curious on

Why hasn’t any one said why the one is holding a tree branch?

ellenmakkai on

Why would they want to look like their older sisters? Those gals look like vamps. The Jenners are a different generation with youth and zip on their side. We’re over the million minutes of fame sucked dry by Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney–Gasp!

norosecoloredglspls on

“Tell us: Are you interested in seeing Kendall and Kylie’s clothing line?”

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