Kourtney, Kim and Khloé Kardashian have unveiled their brand new Spring 2014 Kardashian Kollection for Lipsy.
The Kardashian Kollection for Lipsy has been given a fresh twist for Spring.
Kourtney, Kim and Khloé Kardashian are back with their new Lipsy Spring 2014 line, which hits stores on February 12, and have incorporated this season's biggest trends into the clothing collection to ensure there is something to suit everyone.
Khloé said: ''Our spring collection really has a little something for everyone. If you're still all about the black and white looks that were popular in the fall, we've given classic monochrome a fresh makeover with our jumpsuits, jackets and bodycon dresses.
''Spring fashion is also about having fun with colours and prints, so we hope our fans will love the new bold floral print and the new colours we've added to this collection.''
After the success of the lace jumpsuit last season, the sisters have updated the collection with several more funky one-pieces, with delicate lingerie-inspired lace featuring prominently.
Kim explained: ''Some of my favourite pieces from our spring collection for Lipsy are the runway-inspired, lingerie-based styles. I love how feminine and delicate they are, and how sophisticated they look with just jeans and a blazer.
''This season we've also brought back some of our most popular styles, but with a spring twist. Those who loved our lace jumpsuit last season will fall in love with our new versions for spring!''
The new Kardashian Kollection, retailing from £32 to £85, will be available from Lipsy.co.uk, all Next international websites and exclusive Lipsy wholesale accounts including Very.co.uk, House of Fraser, Debenhams, Bank, Amazon and Zalando.
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