Kendall and Kylie Jenner Literally Paste Faces Over Vintage Band Tees, Call It a New Line
The Jenner brand is worth a lot these days, so putting the family stamp on things like apparel should be a surefire way to generate some revenue. Particularly, sisters Kylie and Kendall could put their likenesses or names on pretty much any piece of apparel, and you'd have a successful item. The problem is that the duo have done that, but put their faces and names over vintage T-shirts promoting other artists.
Elle reported that the Jenner sisters released a Kendall + Kylie line featuring shirts for $125, with the sister's faces over logos for Metallica, Tupac, Pink Floyd and more.
It reminds us a bit of this:
Users on Instagram voiced their opinions, as Instagram users tend to do.
One user wrote "Pretty sure Metallica is not in on this. How can you just put KK in front of a logo and call it your own?"
Another wrote "How is a shirt with an Instagram photo on it considered vintage?"
Despite the controversy, the shirts appear to be selling just fine. As Elle reported that the Biggie/Tupac shirt is low in stock already.
At least the shirts seem to be going over a little better than their sister Kim Kardashian's candles.