Kendall and Kylie Jenner create swimwear capsule with Revolve
The capsule collection includes 23 pieces and is available exclusively at Revolve. The Jenner sisters have faced criticism for many of their designs, and were recently sued for their t-shirt line featuring the images of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
Launched today at Revolve, the Kendall + Kylie swimwear capsule includes a mix of swimwear separates and one-pieces. Prices range from $45 for a pair of bikini bottoms to $165 for a mesh one-piece. The styles were inspired pieces from their mother Kris Jenner’s wardrobe, with many pieces featuring 1980s style cuts.
This is not the first time Kendall and Kylie Jenner have worked with the apparel company, having previously created a clothing and shoe collection. According to Revolve’s vice president of merchandising and buying Lauren Yerkes, the swimwear collection was a follow-up to the success of their previous collaboration. “We were inspired by the girls' input to translate the '80s for the millennial customer, with high cut legs and on-trend one-pieces and sexy two-pieces,” she said in a statement.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner have both incurred controversy for many of their recent launches. The two were recently sued by photographer Michael Miller for using his photo of Tupac Shakur without permission in their recent t-shirt collection. The sisters pulled the collection after criticism from the estate of The Notorious B.I.G.
The new Revolve collections includes camoflauge-printed bikinis and one-pieces similar to those seen in Kylie Jenner’s clothing launch in June. Jenner was accused of ripping off indie designer PluggedNYC as a result of the launch.
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