Khloe Kardashian is following Kendall and Kylie Jenner down the runway as a fashion designer, and RadarOnline.com has learned her younger siblings are not happy about it! Click through to find out why.
As fans of the famous family know, Kendall and Kylie have made millions off of their Kendall + Kylie Collection. Sears dropped the Kardashian Kollection Khloe had done with Kim and Kourtney in 2015, but now she's getting back in the fashion fray. And an insider told Radar that the younger sisters think there's not room on the shelves for all of their lines.
"The fact that Khloe is even launching a clothing company and going against their Kendall & Kylie Collection made Kendall and Kylie flip out," the insider claimed.
This is one of Khloe's new creations: a high waisted pair of blue denim jeans priced at $150.
Fail! The Jenner sister's already sell a very similar cut — for almost half the cost!
Fail again! The Kendall & Kylie Collection has featured ripped black denim jeans since they first launched! According to the insider, "Khloe's sisters are pissed off both at Khloe and at Kris for letting this happen. They said that Khloe has several similar styles to their collection and the fact that she is trying to launch a company that could cut into her own sisters' makes them so angry."
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"Not only that, but Khloe is also going against DASH by doing her own thing, and the sad thing is that everyone knows that Kris Jenner is the mastermind behind all of this," said the source. "And of course Kris didn't let anyone else in on this."
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