Our friends at Fashionista interviewed the enterprising Jenner sisters today, and talk of Kendall and Kylie's new clothing line evoked inevitable Olsen comparisons.
"We could be the new The Row," Kendall muses after Fashionista points out that Mary-Kate and Ashley got their fashion start with a Walmart collection -- not too different a price point from the Jenners' PacSun designs.
Which got us thinking: Maybe Kendall and Kylie aren't so different from Mary-Kate and Ashley, after all. Listen up, skeptics:
They both take a hands-on role when it comes to their design endeavors.
Kendall: "We wanted this to be all us. We're trying to not be so involved [with our family]. This isn't their clothing line. This isn't their jewelry line. It's ours. We don't want their input on it. We didn't need it we know what we’re talking about for the most part."
Mary-Kate: "We were always involved in the conversation. We worked so much that [the co-designers] wanted to make sure that we knew exactly what was happening and why -- and our opinions mattered."
They attempt ambitious trends, like body chains and saris.
They're good at posing for photo ops.
Their very public childhoods weren't easy.
Kendall: "We've had to grow up fast, just being in the public eye you kind of have to grow up fast."
They take cues from stylish siblings.
They wore matching outfits when they were young.
They love leather.
Kylie: "I love leather pants. I’m obsessed with leather right now."
They carry expensive designer bags.
And, hey -- even the Olsens had selfie moments in their adolescence.