The Jenner Sisters Are Back Spruiking Their Latest Sexy Swimmer Collection

The Jenner Sisters Are Back Spruiking Their Latest Sexy Swimmer Collection
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Kylie and Kendall Jenner are firing up this chilly Aussie winter, dropping their fresh range of swimwear exclusively in Topshop and rolling it out down under over the next week.

The sister duo is following up on what was a very successful spread of collections last year, releasing the Kendall + Kylie’s swimwear collection, which features 37 pieces, from bikinis and one-pieces to poolside cover up ensembles.

The pair wanted the collection to appeal to girls who “love to visit the beach and party poolside”.

“Being raised in California our whole lives, we wanted to capture the beachy LA summer vibe but put our own special twist on it,” Kylie Jenner said.

“We have very similar tastes. We help each other edit and refine our ideas. It’s great having a creative partner through everything.”

Kendall Jenner added, “The cut-outs and silhouettes show off your body in the best way possible and make you feel confident.

“My favourite pieces are the one-piece bodysuits. We picked different colours like cobalt blue and black so you can switch it up all summer.”

The collection features everything from leopard print and palm trees to strategically cut-out pieces and sporty elastic straps.

Check out the striking sisters modelling their designs here:

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