Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner are making waves with their latest drop of Kendall + Kylie merch. The sisters’ fashion collaboration has launched a new collection of vintage “rock tees” with a very Jenner twist.
The girls are taking t-shirts from classic rock acts like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Metallica and more and super-imposing their initials and selfies over them. The t-shirts, which look like they were mis-printed at the factory, are selling for $125 each.
It’s not clear from the Kendall + Kylie website whether or not the band t-shirts being ripped off are actually licensed or not. While adding pics of their faces or two K’s in a gothic script might qualify as fair use, it’ll be up to the lawyers for these bands or their labels to make that decision.
For now, the shirts are already listed as “Low Stock” on the sales website. Apparently, people love the idea of Kendall and Kylie taking old t-shirts and adding their faces.
Check out pics of the new shirts below. Pick one up here before they sell out or get taken down due to a cease-and-desist letter.
(Photo credits: Kendall + Kylie Instagram account; Kendall-Kylie.com)