The Jenner sisters are in talks with the high street brand.

If you aren't already fed up of America's most famous reality TV family, prepare to be seeing a little more of them as the youngest of the clan Kendall and Kylie Jenner, are rumored to be in talks with Topshop's CEO Sir Phillip Green.

Topshop is no stranger to collaborations, however they usually sign up-and-coming fashion designers with recent ranges by the likes of Marques Almeida and Meadham Kirchoff.

Unlike previous collections including the successful range designed by Kate Moss, Topshop has confirmed that rather than designing their own line, the store is actually looking to become a stockist for one of the Jenner's existing collections.

The Jenner sisters already have a number of collaborations under their belt for American brands PacSun and Madden Girl neither of which are available in the UK.

The Topshop deal would see the PacSun range be made available through the store.

A spokesman for the brand confirmed to Vogue that it is currently "in talks to be the exclusive stockist" of the range.

The move will undoubtedly extend the duo's popularity on UK stores as well as in the US market which has seen numerous Topshop store openings in the recent year.

The sisters are the youngest children of Kardashian family matriarch Kris and her second husband Bruce Jenner.


The siblings have had an early exposure to the entertainment industry, first appearing on the reality TV series Keeping Up With The Kardashians from an early age.

Kendall has established a successful high fashion modelling career and is a regular on runways, magazine covers and ad campaigns.