Mar 31, 2016 04:40 AM EDT

Kendall And Kylie Jenner’s Clothing Line To Expand To Eyewear Soon?

Kendall and Kylie Jenner's clothing line may soon include eyewear pieces. The influential sisters unveiled their collection for Nordstrom last week.

HollywoodLife.com reported that Kendall and Kylie Jenner's clothing line, named Kendall + Kylie, was launched last Mar. 24. The collection includes shoes and accessories among other pieces.

The 20-year-old supermodel wore their Gingham Crop Halter Top and its matching High Rise Crop pants. The two-piece ensemble is featured in their collection and is priced at about $256. She topped off her look with a pair of "Essie" Mules in black, which costs $149.95.

Kylie Jenner wore their charcoal gray Raw Edge Jersey Racerback Dress, which is priced at $128. She accessorized with their "Emily" Tall Gladiator Sandals ($198.95).

Meanwhile, Kendall and Kylie Jenner's clothing line may soon expand to eyewear. Refinery29 reported that the 18-year-old "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star has shared a photo of a tortoiseshell aviator frame.

What made it more interesting was that the sunglasses had a Kendall + Kylie logo engraved on it. "@kendallandkylie sneak peek," Kylie Jenner captioned the photo.

Afterwards, she took to Snapchat to model the sunglasses. The price for the eyewear has not been announced yet.

Aside from Kendall and Kylie Jenner's clothing line, the sisters also launched their mobile game last month. YHM reported that the game allows players to create their own career in the entertainment industry without leaving the house.

The app's trailer encourages players to "make their mark!" It takes players on a social adventure where they need to work their way up from being a nobody and become a "Kardashian-level socialite."

It was previously reported that Kendall and Kylie Jenner's app nabbed the top spot on Apple's app store. It is said to be "totally better than Kim Kardashian's" and everything that a superfan would dream about.

The Jenner sisters collaborated with PacSun and released pieces from the best '70's trends. It included pastels, braids, lace-ups, ruffles as well as cutouts.

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