She’s focusing on motherhood since welcoming baby daughter Stormi last month with boyfriend Travis Scott.
But that hasn’t stopped Kylie Jenner from showcasing her flair for fashion, teasing her fans with a rare snapshot of her wardrobe over the weekend as she pondered her many handbag ‘options’.
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The 20-year-old reality star was seen posing inside her giant closet, filled from floor to ceiling with designer handbags, estimated to be worth a whopping $1million (£720,000).
Kylie Jenner is seen posing in a silk nightgown and heels, snapping a sultry mirror selfie as she flaunts her extensive arm candy collection.
Her rainbow hued collection of Hermes Birkin bags takes centre stage, with purses starting at $16,650 (£12,000) for a Kelly bag and going up to $34,700 (£25,000) for an Ostrich version.
Among the high-end items are countless Chanel, Dior, Gucci and Balenciaga accessories.
Since appearing on E! television show Keeping Up With The Kardashians aged nine, Kylie has gained over 95million Instagram followers and is one of the top 10 most followed people on the app.
Kylie Jenner’s net worth is now at around $50 million (£38 million), according to the Forbes Celebrity 100 Earnings.
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She ranks number 59 on the list, meaning she earns more than the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Novak Djokovic and Ed Sheeran but less than her half-sister Kim Kardashian-West.
Most of Kylie Jenner’s income is derived from her Kylie Cosmetics makeup line which was launched in 2016 and her Lip Kits proved to be ever increasingly popular, with new shades selling out within minutes and expanding to include eye palettes, blush and highlighters.
Kylie’s cosmetics line has made $420 million in retail sales in 18 months, according to Kris Jenner, a revenue growth that has been widely recognised as surpassing established industry players like L’Oréal’s Lancôme, which took 80 years to reach $1 billion in sales.
Kylie Cosmetics is predicted to be worth $1 billion in sales by 2022.
At present, Kylie’s cosmetics are only available online but she intends on selling at a brick-and-mortar shop one day.
‘I think it’s time people walk into a store and see Kylie Cosmetics. I do want that, but we haven’t figured out exactly how we’re going to do that and what approach we’re going to take,’ she said.
At the end of 2017, Kylie used her Instagram followers to her advantage and teased the launch of seven new Kylie Cosmetics pop-up shops in Topshop across the US for the holiday period.