Kylie and Kendall Jenner to Get Their Own Jewelry Line

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Kylie and Kendall Jenner to Get Their Own Jewelry Line
The infiltration has begun. As Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian are moving into "past their prime" territory, dear old Kris Jenner has already begun the endorsement deals for her 14-year-old and 16-year-old daughters.

It's a well-oiled machine over at the Kardashian Kompound, Kylie and Kendall Jenner; the half-sisters of the Kardashian girls have just teamed up with Glamhouse for their first jewelry collection. They are only 14 and 16 and they are already beginning their own Kardashian/Jenner empire. When I was that age, I was buying cheapo jewelry from those quarter machines outside the grocery store, and these girls are designing their own stuff.

Their collection will be marketed towards tweens and teens, will launch in Fall of 2012 and will retail between $19.99 and $69.99.

Glamhouse is responsible for Kim's Belle Noel jewelry collection, Nicole Richie's House of Harlow 1960 range, Low Luv by Erin Wasson and Adrea Lieberman's A.L.C line.

The girls also dabbled into the fashion industry with the Kardashian inspired line of nail polish with OPI. All 6 Kardashians (Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kris, Kylie and Kendall) were equally represented in the nail polish deal. Actually, they split the proceeds equally, meaning that Kylie and Kendall each made $100,000 up front for the deal.

Kylie and kendall are also in talks to get their own Kardashian inspired spin-off, according to Bonnie Hammer, Chairman of NBCU Cable Entertainment, who said she was hoping for "two, three, even four new Kardashian spin-offs.”

So not only have the Jenner girls begun their fashion-endorsement careers, they will also get their own E! Network show. I personally cannot wait for "Kylie and Kendall Take high-School" because that's what they will call it, I'm sure. Their show will probably feature lots of trips to yogurt land and drama at cheerleading practice. Can't wait.

But back to the fashion, Kylie and Kendall are budding high-fashion models, so jewelry isn't their first foray into the industry. Back in September, Kylie modeled in Avril Lavigne’s Abbey Dawn fashion show at NY Fashion Week, and Kendall has done several print ads including one for Sherri Hill and walked for the brand at NY Fashion Week too.

Kendall even modeled for several swimwear lines, beginning when she was only 14 years old in ads that were considered "too racy."

"I am excited to be working as a model," Kendall said last year, "[I'm] doing what I love to do. My entire family was very supportive, though my dad was a bit concerned at first, he knows that I am responsible enough that I wouldn’t do anything I wasn’t ready to do, or didn’t want to do."

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