Style Scoop: Kendall and Kylie Jenner Get Clothing Line, Stella McCartney and Gucci Become Biodegradable, New Sitcom from Tyra Banks

Business from the Kardashian klan just got bigger. The youngest sisters of the famous family, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, are finally adding fashion designers to their list of accomplishments. The duo is teaming up with Canadian manufacturer Majestic Mills to create a clothing collection for juniors. And like their big sisters, Kendall and Kylie are also rumored to be creating a line for Sears. [WWD]

Last week, we told you about Puma's foray into biodegradable design with sneakers and athletic gear that can decompose and be used as fertilizer after being thrown away. Other brands — both high and low — are following suit: Gucci's got sunglasses with biodegradable plastics and Stella McCartney gave us shoes with biodegradable soles for fall. That's just the beginning — there are lines with fully decomposable sneakers and swimsuits too. Earth-friendly fashionistas, this one's for you. [LA Times]

We're used to seeing Tyra Banks on television. From America's Next Top Model to her own popular talk show, she's taken her talents from the runway to the tube quite effortlessly. But she's not done! The former Victoria's Secret Angel is set to debut a sitcom based on her own rise to fame on ABC called Fivehead, a play on her being teased for her forehead as a teen. There's no date set for the show yet, but we're excited to see what the model's take on primetime comedy will be. [VOGUE UK]

Since its summer 2000 launch (it's been that long?) Net-A-Porter has earned its place as the premier destination for online shoppers with luxury taste. Next month, founder Natalie Massenet and team will be honored at Decoded Fashion London for their achievement in blending fashion and technology. [WWD]

Ever wanted to know what tools makeup master Pat McGrath uses to create her amazing beauty looks for fashion weeks, magazines, editorials, and more? Here's a round up of her favorites, from Aloe Water (the great detoxifier) to out-of-this-world false lashes that she finds at Ricky's NYC and Duane Reade. [The New York Times]