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Kendall and Kylie Jenner outshine their Kardashian sisters as they play prom queens in modelling shoot




Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian had better watch out – the Jenners are coming.

The reality stars’ fresh-faced half-sisters Kendall and Kylie are fast building a faNBAse to rival their hugely popular big sisters.

And it seems the pair have an advantage over their big sisters – with budding careers as models.

Young models Kendall and Kylie were picked to be the faces of a range of prom and pageant dresses by designer Sherri Hill.

The teen reality stars modelled a huge selection of dresses all embellished with sequins and featuring mᴀsses of tulle.

‘Hi everyone. Just wanted to share some more pics from our Sherri Hill pH๏τo shoot,’ Kylie wrote on her website on .

‘Kendall and I got to wear the most AMAZING dresses and I’m so excited for you all to see how the final images turned out. I love getting glammed up with my sissy! So much fun :)’

According to, Sherri Hill is the ‘go-to’ designer for homecoming, prom and pageant evening wear.

‘Her unparalleled design achievements in the pageant industry include many current and past winners and contestants,’ the site boasts. ‘Eight of the Top Ten Miss USA 2009 finishers were wearing a Sherri Hill gown including the winner.’

The creations, which are also a favourite with pop-stars Selena Gomez and Carrie Underwood, start at $400 and rising up to $1200 for some of the more elaborate numbers.

n September the sisters also strutted their stuff in New York on the runway for the Evening Sherri Hill show.

Kendall, 17, and Kylie, 15, walked effortlessly in their sky high heels, also did the traditional curtain call with the designer at the end of the catwalk show.

The event, which took place at Trump Towers, was also attended by The Donald himself, owner of the Miss Universe pageant.

And Kylie and Kendall, the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, also recently announced that they are getting into the clothing design Game with an eponymous clothing line.

Aimed at tweens and teens, it will debut next spring and include shirts, pants, shorts and accessories.

‘We always get asked what we are wearing, so when we got the chance to design our line with Majestic Mills, we were thrilled,’ the girls told People. ‘We have been really excited by the creative design process from the start because we love fashion, and we can’t wait to share it with our fans!’