Kylie Jenner’s ‘Work In Progress’ Shoe Closet Includes Her Never-Before-Seen Designer Heels

Claudia Miller

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It’s no secret that Kylie Jenner boasts a designer-filled closet.

The beauty mogul oftentimes steps out in pieces from Balmain, Jacquemus, Marine Serre, Christian Dior and more. And when it comes to footwear, the brands don’t stop there.

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The 22-year-old gave fans a glimpse into her “work in progress” closet at her new home. In addition to a few Hermes Birkin bags and totes from Louis Vuitton and Prada, Jenner also showed off her endless collection of designer heels — and many of the styles have never even been spotted on the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star’s feet.

The top row alone includes $711 Alexandre Vauthier Cindy pumps, two pairs of $825 Amina Muaddi Gilda slippers and $1,095 Christian Louboutin x Roland Mouret Cage and Curry pumps.

Down on the second row, you can find Gianvito Rossi’s $875 Rosa PVC sandals as well as Stuart Weitzman’s $395 Merina sandals and Amina Muaddi’s $1,010 Gilda sandals. She also added to that section with $650 Jimmy Choo Romy pumps and $719 PVC heels from her brother-in-law Kanye West’s Yeezy line.

The third row holds a Gianvito Rossi $1,245 Crystelle PVC pump with another set of $395 Stuart Weitzman sandals in addition to $795 Balenciaga Knife pumps.

On top of creating her own uber-successful beauty line, Jenner formerly served a brand ambassador for Adidas, exclusively wearing styles from the brand across social media. At the start of 2020, though, the now-billionaire posted photos of herself wearing a series of Nike sneakers, leading fans to speculate that her contract with Adidas had expired. Since then, Jenner has continued wearing rare Swoosh-adorned kicks, including rare Nike Air Yeezys and SB Dunk Lows from Travis Scott’s collaboration.

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