Reality TV sisters
have made it onto Time magazine's most influential teens of 2014.
The sisters have been named on the annual list alongside the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize recipient Malala Yousafzai, 17, and transgender activist Jazz Jennings, 14.
The young stars were recognised for their business ventures, hosting red carpet events and even publishing their own novel.
"Together, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians co-stars hosted red-carpet events, released clothing and nail polish lines and even published a dystopian young-adult novel this past summer (though yes, they had some help). But they've had solo success too - Kendall with modelling (she's walked the runway for designers like Marc Jacobs) and Kylie with pseudo-entrepreneurship (she's launching a line of hair extensions and hopes to get into acting). Next up: a multimillion-dollar mobile game?" the magazine states.
Also acknowledged on the list is Will Smith's son Jaden, 16.
"His real legacy may well be his Twitter musings, which are equal parts absurdist ('Anything You See In Any Magazine Ever Is Fake.'') and insightful ('Once You Witness A Cycle Enough Times You Step Out Of It.'), earning him more than five million followers and labels like, 'Confucius for the Internet age'," the magazine reads.
Pop star Austin Mahone, singer Lorde, and actor Chloe Grace Moretz are also named amongst this year's most influential teens.