Kendall and Kylie Jenner are making a name for themselves -- in jewelry design.
The young sisters who are best known for appearing on the show "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" with half-sisters Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe Kardashian, as well as their dad, former Olympian Bruce Jenner, now have something else to be recognized for.
The pair is partnering with Glamhouse to design their first fashion jewelry line for teens and tweens. The line is said to reflect their own unique fashion sensibilities, including fun, girlie and edgier looks, and is due for launch in late Fall 2012.
Though the line has not been named yet, the collection is aimed at girls ages 12-19, and the pieces will be priced between $19.99 - $69.99. The line will be sold at national retail stores to be announced as the release approaches.
"We love accessories, and it's amazing that we're going to have our own line to be able to wear everyday -- and for our friends to wear, too!" the Jenner sisters said in a statement.
Glamhouse Founder and President, Pascal Mouawad, explained his eagerness to work with the fashion-forward teens.
"For a long time I've looked to expand the Glamhouse brand portfolio with a younger, more affordable line," Mouawad said. "With their popular show on E! Entertainment Television, millions of teenagers look to Kendall and Kylie for style advice, so they were truly a perfect fit for the company and I'm thrilled to partner with them."
The sisters have perhaps best been known for their fashion endeavors, with the pair being named the most 'Stylish Sisters' at the 2011 Hollywood Style Awards in Las Vegas.
In September, Kylie Jenner made her runway debut in Avril Lavigne's new Abbey Dawn Spring/Summer 2012 collection at the singer and designer's fashion show.