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Kylie Jenner's fashion epiphany

FashionBy Sunday World
Kylie Jenner's fashion epiphany

Kylie Jenner's love for fashion was born in church.

The reality TV star - who worships clothes and the catwalk - has confessed that she was on her way to Easter mass when she had her clothing epiphany.

Speaking to In Style magazine, she revealed: "I remember the moment I first got into fashion. It was years ago, I was going to church with Khloe on Easter morning and she put on this floral dress with a denim jacket over the top.

"It made me begin thinking about style and how people put different looks together. I've been into clothes ever since."

Kylie insists her dress sense is darker than her sisters - Kim Kardashian West, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner - and that's because of her mother Kris Jenner's influence.

She said: "I think my style is a little bit darker thanks to my mom. There are a lot of skulls around her house and the furniture is mostly black and white. She wears a lot of black too, I think that has definitely rubbed off on me."

The 17-year-old socialite has just launched a fashion range for Topshop with her older sibling Kendall, 19, which is inspired by the laid back Los Angeles vibe and cool boho looks that they have grown up with.

In the interview she also admitted that she loves Timberland boots, enjoys getting a spray tan and has been financially independent since she was 14.

She said: "My mom hasn't financially supported me for three years now. I pay for everything - my car, my gas and food as well as my clothes. There are so many outfits I bought in the past that I just think now are not cute"

The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner family has over 25 million Instagram followers but says that she sometimes worries how photos of her will turn out.

She said: "I don't get nervous when I'm having my photograph taken on the red carpet, but I am spending the whole time thinking about how the pictures are going to turn out, whether my shirt is too low, or whether my dress is the right cut."