Kendall & Kylie Jenner: 'Leave Us Alone,' Kardashians!

02/11/2013 at 04:30 PM ET

Kendall & Kylie Jenner PacSun CollectionCourtesy: PacSun

If you were launching a clothing line and your siblings had multi-million dollars worth of experience in that area, would you reach out to them for pointers? Well, if you’re Kendall and Kylie Jenner, the answer is no: The teen models didn’t consult with Kim, Kourtney or Khloé Kardashian while working on their new clothing line for PacSun.

“We were like, ‘This is our project. Leave us alone,'” Kylie, 15, tells PEOPLE. “We didn’t go to them for advice at all.” (And it looks like they didn’t need their older sisters’ help anyway: The line just launched on Friday and several of its pieces have already sold out online.)

The affordable collection, with prices ranging from $24.50 to $79.50, features pieces inspired by the teens’ casual, California style. “It’s just a chill, relaxed cool line,” Kendall, 17, says, of their designs, noting that she’s partial to the chambray button-down, while Kylie adores the dresses.

Despite their similar taste in clothes, the girls found themselves disagreeing during the design process. “We did butt heads, but I think that’s actually great,” Kylie says. “We finally came to a conclusion, and I think it’s cool that there are two opinions in the entire line.”

And though the Kardashians weren’t directly involved in the collection, Kendall admits that she and Kylie do draw style inspiration from their older siblings, and are constantly “borrowing” from their well-stocked closets — especially Kourtney’s. “She’s always had the best style, even when she was younger,” Kylie says.

The Jenners won’t, however, name a best-dressed dude in their (extended) family, and not because they’re afraid of hurting someone’s feelings. “You can’t compare Scott and Kanye. You can’t!” Kendall explains. “Kanye doesn’t wear suits like Scott does. There are so many different things [about their style].”

Kendall & Kylie for PacSun is available now at PacSun stores nationwide and at Tell us: Are you excited to shop the Jenners’ first clothing line?

–Jennifer Cress


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These girls are hard workers. Sure they became famous because their old sister kim made a mistake. But it was a mistake and she will probably regret that for the rest of her life but she moved on. Kendall and kylie had nothing to do with that. They are talented, genuine, beautiful girls just like their older sisters. They are hardworkers and that’s why they’re successful. Most of you don’t like them because of what? Sure sometimes on there shows they act like drama queens but most people who aren’t even famous act the same way. They are human beings just like the rest of us. Kendall and kylie have showed that on their show. On kendalls sweet sixteen party when she didn’t want anything big she just wanted to help kids in need. Some people think she did it for the publicity but if you think about it what would she have gained from that? Kardashians and jenners you guys are an insparation to me. Khloe, Kourtney, Kim, Kendall, and Kylie, I live your style. It’s unique and fun. I look up to that and try to find things like that even if they’re a little expensive. Kris, bruce, Scott you guys are the funniest people. And Rob the fact that he never gave up it’s very inspirational. Keep doing what you guys do and that’s working hard to get what you want and never giving up.

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