Kendall Jenner turned heads on Friday night as she dined with friends at the celeb-favorite restaurant Sushi Park in Los Angeles.
The 27-year-old KUWTK alum looked glamorous in a fluffy mint green coat and a matching hard-shell handbag.
She slipped on a pair of white go-go boots that climbed up her slender legs.
The model, who celebrated the launch of her little sister Kylie’s clothing line the night before, let her silky brunette hair cascade down her back from a center part.
As for makeup, Kendall opted for a soft brown smokey eye and a glossy nude lip.
Eye-catcher: Kendall Jenner turned heads on Friday evening when she dined with friends at the celebrity-favorite restaurant Sushi Park in Los Angeles. The 27-year-old KUWTK alum looked glamorous in a fluffy mint green coat and a matching hard-shell handbag
Earlier in the day, the FWRD creative director was spotted running errands in Beverly Hills.
Last night Kendall was busy Party with Hailey Bieber Celebrate the launch of sister Kylies Khy Clothing collection.
For the occasion, the runway sensation wowed in a sleeveless, skin-tight Khy leather dress and a pair of black heels.
She let the rocker-chic look do the talking and held back on accessories, with just a delicate bracelet and a black handbag in hand.
Her sister also kept her accessories to a minimum, wearing a black clutch and a silver bracelet for a night out.
Bad Bunny’s girlfriend paired the outfit with black tights and pinned her black strands into a chic updo.
Kylie, 26, dazzled in a black faux leather look, also from her new clothing line Khy, with a black zip-up halter top that gave a glimpse of her toned midriff.
The mother-of-two paired the sexy top with matching black trousers and strappy heels.
Hailey, 26, kept up with the Jenners wearing a black leather zip-up mini dress with silver zippers – also from her friend’s label – and a black turtleneck bodysuit underneath.
Kylie shocked fans on Tuesday by announcing she was expanding her empire with the “affordable” clothing line.
Mod: She slipped on a pair of white go-go boots that climbed up her slender legs
Effortless: The model, who celebrated the launch of her little sister Kylie’s clothing line the night before, let her silky brunette hair cascade down her back from a center part
Soft Glamour: When it comes to makeup, Kendall opted for a soft brown smokey eye and a glossy nude lip
Fans were eager to take a photo with the catwalk expert
She looked effortlessly chic in her fashionable look
But the upcoming fashion launch didn’t go smoothly as Jenner was accused of copying designer Betsy Johnson’s ideas for her line.
Johnson – not to be confused with American fashion icon Betsey Johnson – claims the concepts were copied from her label Products.
Johnson took to Instagram on Wednesday to slam Jenner, writing, “We emailed Kylie and her entire team @products.ltd concept and language and a linesheet 6 MONTHS AGO.”
“INTERESTING CONCEPT KYLIE:… INTERESTING. “Thanks for co-signing… Fuck your support.”
Johnson also took a swipe at Jenner’s privileged upbringing when she shared a screenshot of her current £50,000 ($60,000) in student debt, writing: “As I stare at my student debt.”
“I worked my ass off for this.” “Like so many other working-class kids who do their best to realize their ideas, acquiring expertise they weren’t born into.”
For Khy’s first collection, Jenner collaborated with independent label Namilia founders Nan Li and Emilia Pfohl, with Johnson calling Jenner and Namilia’s alleged copying of their ideas a “trash move.”
Sources familiar with Jenner’s brand told DailyMail.com that she “looks forward to Khy continuing to collaborate with designers and brands, as she did with her first collection with European brand Namilia – and giving more people beautiful, to make original designs accessible with this brand’s aesthetic.”
DailyMail.com has reached out to Jenner’s rep for comment.
Jenner posed in a $198 faux leather trench coat for a shoot to promote her brand. Products also designed a version of an oversized trench coat, and Namilia sold a similar faux leather “Underworld” trench coat for $290.
Kylie will begin selling Khy products on the brand’s website starting November 1st.
Khy Models: Kylie recruited her 27-year-old sister and her 26-year-old friend to create model designs for her new clothing label, Khy
Proud sister: Kendall wowed in a sleeveless skintight black leather dress by Khy and a pair of black heels
Kylie announced her new fashion venture via Instagram on Tuesday with a steamy snap captioned, “Meet Khy.”
In the photo, the reality TV star – who is currently dating actor Timothee Chalamet – sat on the floor wearing a long black leather trench coat with unzipped sides that showed off her toned legs.
She told WSJ, “Creatively, I have such a strong idea of what I want to look like, what I want to do and what I want to wear. ‘There’s really no one telling me what to do.’
However, initial reactions from social media users were not encouraging, as the Kardashians star faced a wave of complaints about the brand’s supposedly cheap price.
Although some of the items were reportedly intended to sell at lower prices than comparable competitors, its fans and critics objected to some of the line’s most expensive items, which are said to cost around $200 at most.
Aside from the complaints about the prices, some fans were also upset about the reality star’s alleged lack of inspiration when it came to her designs.
Proving a lack of originality and inflated prices, some fans spotted a pair of Khy gloves that Kylie was wearing in one Wall Street Journal Item announcing the venture that was almost identical to a pair of gloves sold on Amazon for almost half their price.
“Affordable lol,” wrote one poster on X (formerly Twitter), summing up the sentiment of many users.
Another person simply added: “And what is ‘affordable’ for them?” Lol.”
However, it wasn’t clear whether everyone who complained about the prices had dug through to see the prices.
Others viewed her debut of the line in the Wall Street Journal as evidence that she was releasing something that was anything but an “affordable” clothing line.
Another common complaint was that Kylie tried to imitate other prominent fashion brands, particularly the dark, minimalist style of The Row, founded in 2006 by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
TikTok: Kylie also shared a TikTok clip from the night
One poser wrote that Kylie hasn’t put in “the time and effort” that the Olsen twins have put into becoming “one of fashion’s most respected brands.”
Others speculated that Kylie wanted to beat Sofia Richie to the release of her own clothing line.
Their collection, priced to be affordable for consumers, will range from $48 to $198.
Sizes range from XXS to 4X.
Although Jenner is best known for her makeup empire, she previously collaborated with her sister Kendall on a clothing line with PacSun in 2012.