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December 14, 2011  | by: Emily Longeretta

Kendall & Kylie Jenner

We’ve heard all about the fashion lines of Khloe, Kourtney, and Kim Kardashian at Sears. But what have the younger girls been up to? Now we know! Kendall and Kylie Jenner, the famous family’s half sisters (Kris & Bruce’s daughters), have signed on to their first on-their-own deal, and it’s not a clothing line like their big sisters.

Women’s Wear Daily announced this week that the youngest family members have signed on with jewelry company, Glamhouse to create a line.  Glamhouse is no stranger to the Kardashian clan. The Jenner’s older sister Kim has her own line, “Belle Noel,” at Glamhouse. This is the first time the Jenner girls will be officially doing their own line, even though they’ve helped out Kris and their sisters before, creating “Nicole” by OPI Kardashian Kolors. The girls know good fashion — Kylie even walked at the Abby Dawn fashion show at Fashion Week this past fall.

Kendall, 16, and Kylie, 14, plan to debut their line of jewelry in fall 2012, and say it will be pretty affordable. They say the line will be geared towards tween/teens and will range anywhere from $19.99 to $69.99. Not familiar with Glamhouse’s other clients? Check out Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow 1960, Erin Wasson’s Low Luv, and Andrea Lieberman’s A.L.C.

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