By Jonathan Borge
Updated Feb 03, 2016 @ 2:15 pm
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The Kardashian-Jenner clan sure knows how to keep Balmain's Olivier Rousteing busy. Yes, the youthful, party-loving French designer constantly churns out custom designs for the budding entrepreneurs; however, he’s now picking up his sketchpad to piece together dresses that can’t be worn IRL.

Following a selection of Balmain looks that first appeared in December, Rousteing is designing items exclusively for Kim Kardashian’s mobile game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood,WWD reports. The selection will include a fringe-adorned handbag and earrings that, together, will retail for $15 or 105 K-stars (the mobile game’s currency), in Kardashian’s fantasy world.

“The pieces are composed of opulent fabrics like velvet and fringe that recall design elements from the fall 2015 RTW Balmain collection,” Rousteing told WWD. And while these new items will stay locked inside our screens for now, there is a possibility of them heading to a rack in the future.

Rousteing’s #BalmainArmy can’t stay out of the headlines, too, with a new children’s collection in the mix and an epic spring 2016 campaign that blew it out of the water.