Kendall and Kylie Jenner have just dropped their first-ever vintage t-shirt collection for their Kendall + Kylie line. It's a decision they may come to regret.

The sisters are coming under heavy criticism for the perceived insensitivity for some of the designs. All of the one-of-one shirts feature either pictures of one of the sisters or their initials superimposed on top of vintage t-shirts for rock acts like Pink Floyd, Metallica, or The Doors; or for rap icons like 2Pac and Biggie. 

It's those last two that have met with the most outrage. In one of the designs, a shirt bearing 2Pac's image has a controversial Instagram photo of Kylie in cornrows on top. Her 2015 look was heavily criticized for appropriating black culture.

2pac cornrows
Image via Kendall + Kylie

In addition, there are other 2Pac-related shirts where the brand's "KK" logo is emblazened over the dead rapper's image, in a move some people saw as insensitive.

Tupac kk initials
Image via Kendall + Kylie

Putting their images over an iconic shot of Pac and Big together also outraged some.

Pac Big Kylie
Image via Kendall + Kylie

The shirts, many of which are sold out despite (or because of) the controversy, are selling for $125.