If you think motherhood had made makeup mogul, Kylie Jenner, switch her designer totes for diaper bags, think again. Jenner shared a shot of the closet on Instagram and Snapchat, something she occasionally does to give followers a look at her extensive inventory.
With brands like Hermès, Gucci and Louis Vuitton clearly visible, the cost of the goods inside Jenner's closet is likely pretty astronomical, with the Daily Mail estimating that the bags weigh in at a value of around $1 million.
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The snap showed off a row of at least 23 Hermes Birkin and Kelly bags, which start at a casual £12,000 each and Ky's collection also boasts Chanel "Boy Bags" (worth £3,480), a few Dior and Gucci beauties, and more than a dash of Balenciaga bags. With 24 bags spotted, we don't think waiting lists have been a problem for Kris Jenner's youngest child.
No Kardashian/Jenner closet would be complete without a selection of Hermès Birkin bags, which are a massive status symbol and often have extensive waitlists due to their limited production.
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She also keeps an entire row stocked with Louis Vuitton bags in many different styles.
Next came a pair of pastel patent Louis Vuitton mini purses, which Jenner noted were "Cuteee".
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