Granted, the collaboration itself is leaps and bounds more appropriate than, say, Lindsay Lohan for Ungaro (that still sounds like an Onion headline), but frankly, having more and more celebrity clothing taking over the tents is just ... well ... disappointing.
It's sad that while brilliant designers are prohibitively poor and subsequently forever unknown, "celebrity" designers collaborating with fashion brands can waltz right in and earn a runway slot. But, that's life. And as even celebrities know, even a brand label can't always buy cred. We'll give the Kardashians the benefit of the doubt, but we'll be pulling for our indies to earn some bank this year.