Kardashian sisters to show off design skills at New York Fashion Week

on Tuesday,January 26,2010 23:01


Sisters Khloe, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian will make their fashion design debut at New York Fashion Week next month, the Global Grind reports.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars were hired by bebe - a women''s label that is noted for its high-end, rhinestone-encrusted sportswear and silky party garb - to design their own collection, which will be unveiled in February.

While they will not be featured in the event''s primary location in Bryant Park, the sisters will reveal their designs February 16 at Stage 37 on the west side of Manhattan, according to the media outlet.

Their show will kick off a two-day event called STYLE360, which will showcase 10 independent or emerging designers, according to People.

This is not Kim''s only connection to the fashion industry, as she is the co-founder and chief fashion stylist for ShoeDazzle, a shoe-of-the-month club, according to WWD.com.

The bebe line may be influenced by Kim''s love for the 1940s, as she told the media outlet that she thinks the era''s "old-school glam hair and retro makeup mixed with modern clothes is really glamorous."
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