There's nothing we love more than a juicy fashion rumor — especially when there ends up being some truth to it.
On Thursday, Harper's Bazaar UK posted an item speculating that Topshop has tapped fashion darlings Kendall and Kylie Jenner to design a capsule collection, and that the duo is currently in talks with the British retailer's CEO Sir Philip Green. The Jenners would be following in the footsteps of Kate Moss, who's designed a series of (very successful) collaborations for the label, as well as Beyoncé, who entered a joint venture with Topshop late last year and will produce a line of "athleisure" products with the retailer set to hit stores as soon as this fall.
While the siblings have already taken on design collaborations with Madden Girl and PacSun, the partnership with Topshop might go in a different direction. A rep for the label confirmed to Fashionista that while it does plan to work with Kendall and Kylie in the future, it's still being determined in what capacity. Watch this space for more news on this collaboration as it develops.
UPDATE: According to a post on Kendall and Kylie Jenner's personal website, the sisters will be launching a contemporary clothing line at Topshop that will arrive in stores and online in the summer of 2015. Unsurprisingly, the pieces will be inspired by the Los Angeles-based ladies' eclectic style.