Judging from what we can see in the photo, the collection seems to be inspired by the mother and daughter's mutual love of butterflies. In the photo, the toddler is playing with a lip gloss applicator, and underneath her arm, there's a drawing of violet and butterfly Lip Kit packaging featuring her name across the front in purple glitter — and a picture of a nine-pan eyeshadow palette.
While butterflies are an unexpected theme for a Valentine's Day collection, which often feature red and pink hearts and lips, the insect also seems to hold a special meaning for Jenner and Stormi's father, Travis Scott. Both parents have matching butterfly tattoos, Jenner has also been photographed wearing butterfly jewellery and she even decorated Stormi's nursery with them. Fans have even speculated that the toddler's name was inspired by the butterfly effect, which ironically is the name of one of her dad's songs.
This isn't the only time Jenner has created Kylie Cosmetics collections with her family members. She's previously collaborated with Kim, Khloé, Kourtney, and Kris. However, this Valentine's Day collection is likely the first of many big launches for her brand in 2020. At the tail end of 2019, Jenner sold a $600 million stake of Kylie Cosmetics to cosmetics conglomerate Coty Inc.
But in terms of this line, Jenner hasn't announced the collaboration's final product lineup or the release date, but seeing as Stormi's second birthday is Feb. 1, we're guessing it will drop around then.
This article originally appeared on InStyle US.