Kylie and Kendall Jenner are caught up in another fashion controversy. The Jenner sisters contemporary fashion label Kendall + Kylie released a limited edition 15 piece collection of vintage tees that are priced around $125.
However, when the capsule became available the sisters became the targets of online criticism. The collection features iconic images of rap legends 2Pac and Biggie Smalls being covered with the Jenner sisters faces or the Kendall + Kylie logo. The collection also features Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Metallica, and more.
In the past, Kylie Jenner has been accused of stealing her designs from young black fashion designers as well as appropriating black culture.
Many have also referenced Kendall Jenner's 73 Questions video for Vogue last year where she states that 2Pac is her "spirit animal".
Either way, it is pretty messed up to impose your own face over legendary artists smh.
Check out a couple of the shirts below and head HERE to see the full line.
So who's gonna start flaming Kendall and Kylie for putting their trash initials over Tupac's face? pic.twitter.com/0O6VhI9mUE— keely 🥝 (@KeelyRink) June 28, 2017