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Must Read: Kylie Jenner Gets into the Merch Game, 'The Hills'' Audrina Partridge Launches Swimwear

Plus: Vera Wang is skipping NYFW this February to receive the Legion of Honor.
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A Kylie Cosmetics retail store is coming
The most makeup-obsessed member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan will soon sell her much-hyped wares at a retail location in Canoga Park, California at Westfield Topanga shopping center. The pop-up, which opens on Dec. 9 and will feature Kylie's full merchandise range, will remain open while supplies last. {WWD}

...and Kylie may be launching a #merch shop
As if the cosmetics pop-up wasn't enough, King Kylie also posted images of herself wearing lingerie and hoodies emblazoned with her own name to an Instagram account promoting While the website currently has nothing but a giant countdown timer, the Instagram account hints that Kylie may be jumping on the merch train soon, too. {Fashionista inbox}

"The Hills"' Audrina Patridge is launching a swimwear line
The former reality star (whose on-screen style never strayed far from denim shorts, tanks and bikini tops) is following in the fashion-y footsteps of cast mate Lauren Conrad, and will launch her own swimwear line, Prey Swim. The collection is inspired by Patridge's travels and love of sharks, and will retail from $105 to $275. {WWD}

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