Kendall Jenner launches spinoff series about ‘twin brother’

Kendall Jenner is launching a new series about the life of her "twin brother". Photo: Instagram
Updated 03 December 2019

Kendall Jenner launches spinoff series about ‘twin brother’

  • There’s a new member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan to keep up with
  • Kendall Jenner's "fraternal twin brother" Kirby is getting his own spinoff series co-produced by the model

DUBAI: There’s a new member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan to keep up with.

Mobile video platform Quibi has announced that Kendall Jenner and Kris Jenner are executive producing a new series entitled “Kirby Jenner” that chronicles the life of the superstar model’s “fraternal twin brother,” Kirby.

Kirby runs a popular Instagram parody account that has amassed more than 1.2 million followers after Photoshopping himself into the family’s photos and videos over the years, and posing as Kendall’s twin brother.  Now, he’s stepping in front of the camera and into the spotlight for the very first time.

The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” spin-off is set to premiere on Quibi in 2020.

“I’m thrilled that Quibi viewers will get an inside look at the life of my twin brother and he’ll finally have the opportunity to shine in this series,” Kendall said in a press release.

“Thanks, Mom,” Kirby coyly added in the release, addressing the Kardashian matriarch, who beyond producing the short-form series will also feature in it alongside Kendall. 


Fast food fashion: Saudi designer Arwa Al-Banawi collaborates with KFC

The Saudi designer teamed up with fast food chain KFC. (Instagram/@holgamaniac)
Updated 27 February 2020

Fast food fashion: Saudi designer Arwa Al-Banawi collaborates with KFC

DUBAI: Fashion’s fixation with food is no secret. In recent years, we’ve seen a number of brands cook up edible-themed accessories, including McDonalds cups crafted into shoulder bags from Moschino and lait de coco clutches by Chanel. Meanwhile, other designers took it a step further by joining forces with popular eateries, such as Alber Elbaz for Ladurée.

Now the latest designer to team up with a restaurant is Saudi contemporary womenswear designer Arwa Al-Banawi, who recently collaborated with fast food fried chicken joint, KFC.

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 The Jeddah-born creative teamed up with the popular fast food chain on an exclusive streetwear capsule collection that will boast gender-neutral pieces for famous fans of the label— that includes the likes of Jayden Smith and Elisa Sednaoui— to eat up.

Although the designer has kept the collaboration under wraps for now, fans can probably expect signature tailored suits with KFC-inspired prints or hoodies emblazoned with the emblematic Colonel Sanders portrait to satiate wardrobes throughout the season.

While the capsule collection will most likely not have the drive-through price tag, it’s bound to sell like hot cakes when it hits shelves soon.

The unexpected partnership is the latest in a string of collaborations for the contemporary Dubai Design District-based label. In the past, the womenswear designer has teamed up with Pepsi, Adidas Originals and Levi’s.