Her interior designer, Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, also created an entire archival closet to store her couture gowns in museum-like conditions

By Kaitlyn Frey and Aili Nahas
February 14, 2019 10:30 AM
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Kylie Jenner has an eye for high fashion, so it’s no surprise that when she renovated her Hidden Hills home with the help of interior designer Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, the pair took special care in designing her four (!) massive clothing and handbag closets.

“There is a huge closet for her regular everyday clothes. Then she has a workout closet which is strictly for workout clothes. And then obviously there is a purse closet that is dedicated to her collection of incredible bags,” Lawrence-Bullard tells PEOPLE exclusively.

“And she also has a fitting room, where the stylists come and bring collections for Kylie to try on and to create outfits,” he adds.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OH7WxirxlsKylie Jenner: My Purse Closet Tour

The handbag closet, which Jenner gave fans a tour of herself in August 2018, is so large because Lawrence-Bullard decided it was best to use a converted bedroom the star didn’t need to store her large designer collection.

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“There are at least 400 bags, mostly Hermés, lots of Birkin bags and then Louis Vuitton, lots of Chanel and some Dior and Fendi,” he says. “Lots of them are collectors items. She’s bought some as investments and they’re treated like works of art.”

But the custom-designed fitting room, outfitted with Lucite floating wardrobes, a bed, seating area and built-ins for sunglasses, jewelry and accessories, is one Jenner spends lots of her time in.

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“That room is where outfits are put together,” Lawrence-Bullard says adding, “That particular dressing room is also used to store her most famous pieces of clothes. There are various Met Gala gowns. There is something special that [designer] Virgil Abloh made for her and incredible one-off pieces that she’s worn to very specific events.”

There’s one final extra-special room that Jenner uses to store her most sentimental items of clothing.

“It is a humidity controlled beautiful VIP storage room where the most important of her clothes or couture gowns that are made specifically for her that are kept in museum-like conditions,” Lawrence-Bullard tells us. “It’s an area of the closet that has been created into an archival closet.”

Jenner made sure she was very involved in the closet design process from beginning-to-end. “My closets and glam room are very personal to me, even down to the size of each drawer, so they fit my specific products and clothes,” Jenner shared in the march issue of Architectural Digest. “I spend a lot of time in those rooms, so we had to make sure they were perfect.”

— with reporting by Aili Nahas