Kendall and kylie jenner’s topshop collection

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Kylie Kristen Jenner (born August 10, 1997) is an American personality, model, entrepreneur, socialite, and. She has starred in the reality television series since 2007 and is the founder and owner of kendall and kylie jenner’s topshop collection cosmetic company.

In 2012, she collaborated with the clothing brand, along with her sister, and created a line of clothing, "Kendall & Kylie". In 2015, Jenner launched her own cosmetics line called Kylie Lip Kits, which was renamed to Kylie Cosmetics the following year. She also released a that reached number one on the.

In 2014 and 2015, magazine listed the Jenner sisters on their list of the most influential teens in the world, citing their considerable influence among teens on social media. As of 2018, with over 100 million followers, she is one of the top 10 most followed people on. In 2017, Jenner was placed on the list, making her the youngest person to be featured on the list. Jenner starred on her own spin-off series,, which premiered on E! on August 6, 2017.

According to magazine, her net worth is 0 million. This is mainly attributed to her having 100% ownership of. In an August 2018 issue of Forbes, they predicted that Jenner will become the youngest self-made billionaire ever, however others disputed the designation "self-made".

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Early life

Jenner was born in Los Angeles, California. She is the youngest daughter of decathlon winner (known as Bruce at the time) and TV personality. She has an older sister,. On Kris's side of the family, she has three older half-sisters,, and, and one older half-brother,. Jenner also has three older half-brothers from Caitlyn's side of the family—Burt,, and —and an older half-sister, Casey.

Jenner attended, where she was a member of the cheerleading team. Jenner claims to have performed in plays while attending school, along with community plays. In 2012, she became and enrolled in an at-home education program, from which she graduated with a high school diploma in July 2015 from in.

Career

2007–2012: Keeping Up with the Kardashians

In 2007, Jenner, along with her parents and siblings, Kendall, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, and Rob, began appearing in the series, which chronicles the personal and professional lives of their family members. The series was successful for its network,, and has resulted in the creation of numerous including,,, and, in which Jenner has made multiple guest appearances. The sisters hosted at the Regency Village Theater in in August 2011, In 2011, they were featured in Seventeen magazine's Style Stars of the Year, and selected them as "Style Ambassadors" for the magazine. The two hosted the premiere of in in February 2012. The Jenners also interviewed the cast of premiere in the at The Nokia Theatre in in March 2012. Later in 2012, she starred alongside her sister Kendall and mother in an episode of American reality television series.

2013–2014: Early endorsements

Jenner has two nail lacquers from the nail polish brand called Wear Something Spar-kylie and Rainbow in the S-kylie.Kendall and Kylie earned 0,000 each for their OPI endorsements in 2013.

On November 15, 2013, the Jenner sisters announced that they would launch The Kendall & Kylie Collection with which launched on February 2013. Since its conception, the sisters have released several collections for this line. In July 2013, the Jenner sisters launched a jewelry line with Pascal Mouawad's Glamhouse to create the Metal Haven by Kendall & Kylie jewelery collection.

Jenner set up an account where she auctions old clothing to raise money for the. Jenner joined her family in a charity yard sale on November 10, 2013. Proceeds from the sale were donation-matched and sent to : No Kid Hungry and the. She joined Khloé, Kendall,, and at PINZ bowling alley in Studio City, California for a charity bowling game on January 19, 2014. The event was held to raise money for, a nonprofit for which The Game pledged to raise million in donations. The Jenner sisters participated in singer 's two Kick'n It For Charity Celebrity Kickball games in Glendale, California on July 19, 2014 and on August 16, 2014. At the first game, she competed on actor/singer Quincy Brown's team. Jenner donated to the community.

In February 2014, she and Kendall launched a shoe and handbag line for 's Madden Girl line. The Jenner sisters co-hosted the 2014, where Kylie made her acting debut in a promo for the show in, Canada, in June 2014. In August 2014, the Jenner sisters appeared in singer 's "Recognize" music video. Jenner and her sister Kendall co-authored the novel, which revolved around two twin girls, Lex and Livia, in a "self-sustaining biosphere" put together from the remains of known as Indra. The novel was criticized upon release as a ghostwritten work, which prompted its ghostwriter Maya Sloan to reveal that while the Jenner sisters wrote a two-page outline for what they wanted the novel to be like, Sloan was truly responsible for the writing of the book. However, the Jenners' creative director, Elizabeth Killmond-Roman, clarified that the two had numerous and calls with Sloan to discuss the content of the novel. The novel was mostly panned by critics, and sold only 13,000 copies in its first four months on sale. The book was also given a sequel, Time of the Twins, which was also co-authored by the Jenner sisters. Jenner launched a line of hair extensions through a partnership with Bellami Hair, called Kylie Hair Kouture, in October 2014.

2015–present: Rise of Kylie Cosmetics

Jenner being interviewed for Nip + Fab in 2015

Jenner became skincare brand Nip + Fab's second-ever ambassador in March 2015.

The Jenner sisters were booed while introducing brother-in-law 's performance at the in May 2015. In May 2015, an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians premiered in which Jenner admitted to getting a. Her enhanced lips from lip jenners fillers created speculation and gained her. Prior to the episode's debut, Jenner stated that she merely used and over lined her lips. As a result, the practice of suctioning one's lips into a small glass in order to induce greater blood flow to swell the lips was called the "Kylie Jenner Challenge" (though there was no indication that Jenner herself employed this method). Jenner responded to this by stating, "I'm not here to try & encourage people/young girls to look like me or to think this is the way they should look." In June 2015, the Jenner sisters launched their clothing line Kendall + Kylie with British fashion retailer. This Topshop clothing line also featured swimsuits. In August 2015, Jenner announced that she would be launching her first lipstick line as a part of her self-titled lip kit under the name Kylie Lip Kit. In September 2015, Jenner launched her new personalized website and. In October 2015, Jenner starred in 's music video for his song "Dope'd Up".

Jenner being interviewed by in 2017

In February 2016, Jenner's cosmetic company was renamed to and the number of kits produced rose from an inital 15,000 to 500,000. Jenner released a three-minute-long promotional video for a series of lip glosses in March 2016, directed by and starring fellow models Karin Jinsui, Mara Teigen, and Jasmine Sanders. The song in the video was revealed to be "Three Strikes" by, a band created on the same day as the release of the video; however, the lead singer, whose true identity remains unknown and who goes by the alias "Lisa", was heavily speculated to be Jenner herself. However, Jenner subsequently denied any involvement with the band. In May 2016, she made her musical debut rapping on producer 's song "", with, model Jordyn Woods, and. In fall of 2016, Jenner was announced to be the new face of along with. In April 2017, she made a surprise appearance at the in alongside junior Albert Ochoa after hearing that his date had turned him down.

In June 2017, Jenner announced two new cosmetics sets in collaboration with her sister Khloe Kardashian and the Kylie Cosmetics KoKo collection. Later that month, Jenner was accused of stealing designs for a series of items released on her online store from independent design label PluggedNYC, whose creative director supported the claims. Later that June, Jenner was placed at number 59 on the, which calculates the 100 highest-paid celebrities of the previous 12 months, after earning approximately US,000,000, making her the youngest person on the list at 19 years old. Jenner collaborated with -based brand Quay Australia to release a line of sunglasses, Quay x Kylie. In 2018, the company has reportedly sold about 0 million dollars worth of makeup.

Jenner stars in a reality show revolving around her life,, which premiered in August 2017. The reality show drew half the viewers that brother Rob Kardashian’s reality series did on its debut.

Personal life

In September 2017, it was reported that Jenner was expecting her first child with rapper . On February 1, 2018, Jenner gave birth to a girl. The couple had named their child Stormi Webster. Jenner had previously dated rapper between 2014 and 2017.

Controversies

Kendall + Kylie "Rock vs. Rap" collection

On June 28, 2017, the Jenner sisters announced that they would be releasing a line of vintage T-shirts for their Kendall + Kylie line of clothing called Rock vs. Rap, featuring the likenesses of various and artists including,,,,,,, with pictures of the Jenner sisters superimposed over them. The announcement of this line of products was met with swift backlash from relatives and representatives of the figures depicted on the shirts themselves, including, Jim Jampol, and Voletta Wallace, mother of Biggie Smalls. They were also criticized on social media and were called "insensitive." Wallace, ' manager and the estate of issued a letter to the Jenner sisters, writing that they did not authorize the sisters' use of the likenesses of these musical icons. The Jenners apologized for the shirts, and pulled them from retail.

Forbes cover

Jenner appeared on the cover of the August 2018 issue of. They estimated that she had a net worth of 0 million, and that she was on the verge of becoming the youngest "self-made" billionaire. This would beat out, who became a billionaire at age 23. However, the publication’s use of the term "self-made" sparked widespread criticism and jokes online. The Dictionary.com Twitter handle cheekily defined the term self made. Comedian started a GoFundMe page to help Kylie Jenner earn another 0 million dollars so that she would officially become a billionaire. Comedian had a viral stand-up comedy act related to how Jenner earned her fame and success. Some discussions took a more serious tone, with journalists writing pieces on wealth distribution, inequality and inheritance, as well as upward mobility in society. However, celebrities such as Jenner’s half-sister and socialite have come out and defended Jenner, legitimizing assertions that she is indeed self-made. Hilton even claimed that she also considers herself self-made.

Lawsuits/Civil Disputes

"Kylie" trademark

In February 2017, singer won a legal battle against Jenner for name trademark "Kylie". Jenner had filed a U.S. trademark application for use of the name "Kylie" for "advertising services" and "endorsement services" in 2015. Minogue's case had dismissed Jenner as a "secondary reality television personality".

Vlada Haggarty

In January 2017, Vlada Haggarty had her lawyers claim that Jenner had stolen the creative style and aesthetic of her own work, such as the dripping gloss lip and golden finger tips, for her own products, and that Jenner had a history of taking Haggerty's original dripping lip art and passing it off as her own. Jenner later credited Vlada on social media and her work on the creation of the logo and an undisclosed settlement was paid to avoid any future legal issues.

Neon lip logo

Sara Pope, a British painter whose work has been featured in art galleries in several cities across the globe, filed a lawsuit against Jenner and for the use of a neon lip logo. Hope stated that Jenner posted to her social media accounts an image that was remarkably similar to Hope's most famous piece, "Temptation Neon" and used it to promote Jenner's TV series. Production art created for that series, including the lip design, was created by a third party designer and not by Jenner or any of her staff.

Filmography

Television

Music videos

Year Title Artist Role Ref. 2013 "Find That Girl" The Boy Band Project Love interest 2014 "Recognize"
(featuring ) Herself "Blue Ocean" Herself 2015 "Stimulated" Love interest "Dope'd Up" Love interest "I'm Yours"
(featuring ) Karaoke singer 2016 "Come and See Me" PartyNextDoor Love interest

Film

As an actress Year Title Role Notes Ref. 2018 Cameo

Awards and nominations

Notes

  1. Kris is Kylie's biological mother. Caitlyn from male to female in 2015

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