The youngest members of the Kardashian girls, the daughters of Kris Kardashin and Bruce Jenner, Kendall and Kylie are quickly contributing to the Kardashian/Jenner brand. The two gorgeous teens, at only 16 and 14 respectively, have already entered the scene of modelling whilst still attending high school at Sierra Canyon School.
The sisters were announced style ambassadors for Seventeen Magazine in 2012 following their blossoming careers in modelling. Kendall has launches her career on the , debuting on the catwalk for Sherri Hill in New York 2011; she has also hosted fashion week parties with her younger sister Kylie.
Despite being two years younger, little sister Kylie is quickly catching up to her sisters success. Kylie instigated her modelling success with Sears, and has landed photo shoots for OK! Magazine and Teen Vogue. Both Kylie and Kendall graced the cover of Teen Vogue in 2012, highlighting their rising star status.
One can not deny the aid their last name has given the girls in augmenting their careers, but both seem switched, focussing on school and college rather than 'celebrity.' I can't help but feel slight jealousy that their name has landed them jobs hosting events such as the Glee 3D Concert Movie red carpet, and hosting on the red carpet of Breaking Dawn Part One (Oh to be that close to R-Patz!).
Their exotic looks may have resulted in careers in modelling but the girls continue to raise their game by promising the release of a book, written by themselves, in 2013.
The teenagers have opted to follow on the path laid out, and well-trodden by their three older half-siters, and it appears that the Kardashian/Jenners are made of the same substance as their older half sisters; flourishing in the fashion industry and also showing there are brains behind the beauty. However, as so many young stars seem to careen off the path of success and into a world of excess, will the teenagers manage to keep their feet firmly planted on the ground of their red carpeted world, inaccessible to us mere mortals due to red velvet ropes and our unknown names, or will their future entail perpetual stints in rehab?