Kendall + Kylie Limited Edition SAKS Collection Again Brings the Jenner Sisters' 'Culture Vulture' Ways into Question
Today (September 12) the Jenner sisters "Drop Three," available exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue, was released. The line has less than 20 items and varies from fur coats and silk slips to fuzzy slides and cropped tees.
Included in the collection are handbags and clutches that seem to be inspired by Asian culture--specifically food. One hand bag looks identical to a Chinese takeout box, reads "KK Express" and sports a red tiger image.
Although we all enjoy our Chinese takeout, you have to wonder if Kendall and Kylie have, again, over-stepped their cultural boundaries. Within the past few months they offended much of the Black community (by putting their faces over Hip-Hop legends on t-shirts), the Cholo community (by modeling flannels with only the top button fastened), and let's not forget that Kendall was the star of a very controversial Pepsi commercial.
Perhaps it's time the Jenner girls put their "culture vulture" days aside and find a new source of inspiration. Do you think the social outcry is valid or are people overreacting?
Written by Devin Hendricks