Kylie Jenner showcases ‘$1M’ luxury shoe collection featuring $1.3K Bottega Veneta feather heels and $900 Valentino pumps


KYLIE Jenner has unveiled her million-dollar luxury shoe collection.

The mother-of-two revealed $1,300 Bottega Veneta Feather heels, $900 Valentino pumps and more in a new video.


Kylie gave fans a glimpse of her shoe collectionCredit: Instagram/kyliejenner
The reality TV star's shoe closet is thought to be worth up to $1million


The reality TV star’s shoe closet is thought to be worth up to $1millionCredit: Instagram

Kylie, 24, took to her Instagram Story on Thursday to share a video that gave fans a glimpse of her colorful shoe closet.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum panned across the floor to show the shoes were organized by color.

The collection is made up of shoes from designers such as Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana, Christian Louboutin and Jacquemus.

Starting with black heels, Kylie revealed that the pricey collection includes a number of black open-toe shoes.

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Meanwhile, a pair of classic black heeled boots with pointed toes and a leopard print boot with orange details on the bottom are also featured in the collection.

Kylie’s closet got more colorful as she showed off purple, blue, orange, green and pink heels.

The Kylie Cosmetics mogul has a pair of Kandee Lime Citrus Caviar Glass mules, which retail for $199.99.

Other colorful shoes include the Alexandre Vauthier transparent slingback sandals that go for $663 and the open toe high heel sandals that go for $662.

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The most popular color in Kylie’s closet is pink.

One of the pink heels in the collection is the Valentino Maxi Stud Pumps, which retail for $920.

Meanwhile, former KUWTK’s Dolce & Gabbana Pink Patent Leather Angular Heeled Sandals are selling for $895.

The mother-of-two also owns a fun pair of pink Bottega Veneta Feather Dot heels, which retailed for $1,390.

Kylie also owns the $785 Jacquemus Knotted Terry Strap Mule Sandals.

The beauty mogul seems to be a fan of the brand, as she also has her Cassis 80 quilted leather sandals, priced at $860, in her shoe closet.


Other shoes featured in the clip include pink knee-high boots, bright red boots and blue Louboutin heels.

Most of Kylie’s shoes cost an average of $1,000, while she probably owns around 1,000 pairs of shoes.

According to, the closet is estimated to be worth around $1 million.

Fans were able to discover Kylie's closet


Fans were able to discover Kylie’s closetCredit: Instagram/kyliejenner
Pink is a popular color in the collection


Pink is a popular color in the collectionCredit: Instagram/kyliejenner
Kylie zoomed in on some of the shoes


Kylie zoomed in on some of the shoesCredit: Instagram/kyliejenner


Kylie showed off her shoe closet just days after revealing she had changed her newborn son’s name.

The TV personality gave birth to her second child with boyfriend Travis Scott, 30, in February.

While she initially announced that they named their son Wolf, Kylie recently revealed that he has a new name.

She revealed the name change in an Instagram Story post, writing, “For your information, our son’s name is no longer Wolf.

“We really didn’t feel like it was him.”

Kylie continued, “I just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere.”

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Neither Kylie nor Travis have revealed how they changed their son’s name.

Along with the new baby, Kylie and Travis are also parents to four-year-old daughter, Stormi.

The collection includes many designer brands


The collection includes many designer brandsCredit: Instagram/kyliejenner
Kylie and Travis revealed they changed their son's name


Kylie and Travis revealed they changed their son’s nameCredit: Instagram
They are also the parents of his daughter Stormi


They are also the parents of his daughter StormiCredit: AP

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