KENDALL JENNER and KENDALL with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Both applications cover the same goods in Class 3, namely:
Fragrances; eau de parfum; eau de toilette; perfumes; hair care preparations; hair styling preparations; bath and shower gels; bubble bath; body powders; body lotions; body creams; face lotions; body milks; skin toners; skin cleansers; beauty masks; body scrubs; facial scrubs; body oils; deodorant for personal use; lip balm; lip gloss; cosmetics; cosmetic preparations; nail polish; nail polish remover; and nail care preparationsFurther, not only did Kendall give consent to Kendall Jenner, Inc. to file her name as a trademark (which is required under Section 2(c) of the Trademark Act), she also gave consent to Kylie's entity, Kylie Jenner, Inc. (see below). In other words, Kylie Jenner, Inc. is permitted to file a trademark application for KENDALL or KENDALL JENNER, strongly suggesting a collaboration between the sisters (which apparently they've had planned for a long time, considering Kendall signed the consent in 2015).
KENDALL AND KYLIE covering cosmetics, but those registrations never issued because the trademark was never actually put into use.
Kendall's legal entity also filed these most recent trademark applications on an intent-to-use basis, suggesting it is not using her name as a trademark for cosmetics yet, but has a bona fide intention to do so in the near future. TMEP 806.01(b); 15 USC 1051. According to my quick search, these are the first and only federal trademark applications filed by Kendall Jenner, Inc. in 2019.
For those of you hoping for a cosmetic collaboration between the Jenner sisters, you might be getting your wish soon.