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PICS: Kylie Jenner previews skimpy swimwear range

FashionBy Sunday World
Kylie Jenner in one of the Instagram posts
Kylie Jenner in one of the Instagram posts

Kylie Jenner teased new Kendall + Kylie swimwear range.

The 18-year-old 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star - who partnered with her older sister, 20-year-old supermodel Kendall Jenner, to create the fashion label in February 2015 - took to social media on Wednesday (27.04.16) to flaunt her curvaceous body as she donned the upcoming beachwear range for the high street retailer which will be "coming soon".

Shooting Kendall&Kylie swim for TopShop. Coming soooon 😋

A photo posted by King Kylie (@kyliejenner) on

Kylie began the string of uploads with one behind-the-scenes selfie from the shoot of her adorned in a lime green with black triangle bikini complete with their names emblazoned across the elasticated bands, which she posted on Snapchat and her Instagram. She captioned the post: "shooting Kendall&Kylie swim for TopShop. Coming soooon (sic)"

The brunette beauty also shared a video of her in a coral zip-front swimming costume, and her in action, as well as Polaroid photos of the upcoming campaign, which she wrote: "Fun day shooting for Kendall&Kylie swim (sic)"

they don't love you like I love you

A photo posted by King Kylie (@kyliejenner) on

However, Kylie - who is regularly snapped sunbathing in skimpy suits - has revealed she is cautious of damaging her skin in the sun, and "always" wears sunscreen - which she counts as one of her beauty essential - to prevent premature ageing.

bikini sneak peeks on my snapchat: Kylizzlemynizzl

A video posted by King Kylie (@kyliejenner) on

Speaking previously the TV personality-and-entrepreneur said: "I have really sensitive skin and a lot of freckles, so I can tell every year, I get more freckles on my arms.

"I always wear sunscreen and wash my face before I go to sleep, that's a rule that never changes.

"I mean, necessities, I need chapstick and sunscreen ... I love face moisturiser, too."