Kris Jenner has finally given the world a glimpse inside her closet, and it is just as bougie and fabulous as we’d dreamed. The Kardashian matriarch invited her friend, Judith Leiber creative director Dee Hilfiger, into her Calabasas closet (which is more like a large New York apartment) for the most anticipated tour of our time.
“This is kind of where it all happens,” she says. “We shoot a television show almost every single day, so we have to have a lot of options.” Those “options” include an entire wall of black blazers (at least 25 of them), a section of gowns, and enough shoes and bags to outfit herself in something new every day for the next 10 years, we’d guess.
The pièce de résistance, though, comes from her collection of monogrammed Goyard luggage. In addition to having multiple pieces from the set emblazoned with her initials, she also has a trunk that reads “MOMAGER,” which was a gift from daughter Khloé Kardashian last Christmas.
Her shoe collection—which includes an entire wall filled with sneakers and high heels—is so vast, she jokes she often has to play “eeny, meeny, miny, moe” to decide which pair to wear. “It’s a process of, like, what to put on and what goes with what, but I’m not as good at it as I used to be, so I’m always calling my cousin CeCe, going, ‘What do I wear with this?'” she says.
To keep things organized, Jenner reserves one section of the massive closet for her “everyday” wear—aka her sweatsuits. “That’s how I’m most comfortable,” she says. Plus, she gave a special shoutout to her go-to accessory. “This is how you can be a boss lady: in a fabulous scarf,” she says of the black-and-gold Versace “boss lady scarves” that are a frequent fixture around her neck.
And, of course, there’s the purses.
“Some of the things I’ve had for so many years, and the bag collection and every single thing I have, has a wonderful memory,” she says, noting that her closet has been 62 years in the making.
Like her daughter Kylie, Kris Jenner‘s handbags are displayed museum-style (which makes sense, given that most of them look like priceless works of art). Also like Kylie, who still has the first designer bag she ever received, she’s held on to her favorite pieces for decades.
“The first ever Judith Leiber bag I got was this one. Robert Kardashian gave this to me for Christmas in, like, 1980. Isn’t it beautiful? I don’t even—I am afraid to take it out these days. I don’t even want to use it anymore,” she says of a small rhinestone clutch. She also has a gem-encrusted bag that says “LOVEY,” which is the name her grandchildren call her, as well as one shaped like a black credit card that reads “YOLO” and “No Limit.”