Kylie Jenner matches faux leather looks with Kendall Jenner, Hailey Bieber for Khy launch

Kylie Jenner turned up the heat in a head-to-toe faux leather as she attended the launch party for her new fashion brand, Khy, Thursday night, matching with sister Kendall Jenner and pal Hailey Bieber in looks from her line.

The Kylie Cosmetics founder, 26, stepped out in a zip-front halter top from Khy — which launches November 1 — along with moto-style pants in the same leather-like material.

While everything from Kylie’s forthcoming range retails for under $200, she paired the pieces with much pricier accessories, including a ’90s bag ($1,090) and Bare sandals ($890) from quiet luxury label The Row along with a Cartier Trinity bracelet ($1,560).

Kylie later showed off some photos of herself in front of a cake trimmed with red roses and strawberries to celebrate her latest project, writing on Instagram, “happy birthday @khy 🌹.”

Kylie wore a Khy halter and pants to the bash.
Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber also rocked Khy designs.
Kendall supported her little sister’s line in a black midi.

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As for her guests, they definitely got the memo regarding the night’s dress code; Kendall, 27, wore a strapless midi dress from Khy’s first collection, and Bieber, 26, selected a multi-zippered, moto-style mini.

Like Kylie, Kendall selected a pair of kitten heels ($990) from The Row and styled her look with a black leather bag to match.

Bieber, who wore her sunglasses at night, joined Kendall in adding sheer black tights to her dress, accessorizing further with pointy-toed Jimmy Choo Romy heels ($775) and a Bottega Veneta Falcon clutch ($5,600).

Hailey wore a black top underneath her zip-front mini.
Kylie posed with a cake at the party.
The Khy founder added sunglasses as she strutted down the street.

Khy’s first drop was designed in collaboration with European label Namilia, a favorite of stars like Paris Hilton, Cardi B and Christina Aguilera.

Although Kylie just announced her brand’s launch on Wednesday, she’s already been accused of ripping off another designer, with creative director Betsy Johnson of the soon-to-be-launched line Products claiming the Khy founder and Namilia copied her leather pieces in a “trash move.”

Watch this space for more details when Khy drops next week.