• Share
  • Tweet
  • Share
Kim Kardashian

Jason Kempin/Getty Images for IMG

The gorgeous clothes you see everyday on Kourtney, Khloé and Kim Kardashian? Yeah, you might not be able to wear that.

But you could totally wear their collaborative collection with Bebe.

Kim told us last week she wasn't at all nervous to see her creations go down the runway and she was on hand earlier this morning at New York Fashion Week's Style360 for the big unveiling. Let's just say there were a few surprises…

Like any good fashion show, this one kicked off 45-minute late. (In case you didn't already know, there's a reason someone coined the phrase "fashionably late.") Kim, however, was not the cause of the delay. She arrived in an adorable hooded dress, greeted pal Jonathan Cheban and waited in the dark with the rest of us.

And, by "the rest of us," we also mean J-WOWW, Adrienne Bailon and several members of the Real Housewives of New Jersey.

As for the clothes, not only were they decidedly more wearable and affordable than 90-percent of the Fashion Week fare, but they also very clearly represented each of the three girls' unique styles. When Kim teased that you could "really see our personalities through the line," she wasn't kidding. From the "leatherette" corseted tops to the single-sleeved dresses, it was all them!

"I thought it was absolutely amazing," Adrienne tells E! News. "I'm so proud of Kim. I think that they've done an amazing job, all the girls, and I love the fact that the clothing actually looks like what the girls would wear. I was like, yup, she would wear that, she would wear that."

She even admits she was expecting to see blazers, and the Keeping Up trio didn't disappoint. Jay Manuel wasn't disappointed either.

"It's what I expected—something that women want to wear, sexy with an air of sophistication," he tells us. "I saw a little day, a little night. Sometimes I did see a little Khloé versus Kim [in terms of style], but what I saw was the different moods of the Kardashians."

As for the Jersey Shore babe, who counts Ed Hardy, Marc Jacobs and Caché among her favorite designers, she didn't disappoint either, choosing the brightest, sexiest outfit of the bunch as her pick of the collection.

"I liked a lot of them, yeah. The pink one with the one shoulder, I really liked," she says.

The line is currently available in stores and on Bebe.com.

________

Keep up with all the front row action by following us on Twitter @redcarpet and checking out our Fashion Week Runway Rundown Gallery