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Kendall Jenner has shown the world inside her huge wardrobe – and it’s truly an enviable sight to behold.

Not only does the model pick out some of her favourite pieces in the Vogue video, but the 360 format also lets you take a spin around the rooms (yes, there’s more than one) to have a proper nosey look at all the clothes. And the shoes. And the bags.

Among the key pieces Jenner picks out are the matching Christmas onesies that the Kardashian clan receive every year on Christmas Eve, and her favourite pair of shoes which were given to her by brother-in-law Kanye West.

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The 21-year-old’s second walk-in wardrobe is more of a ‘fitting area’, with rails of clothes that the star is currently trying out, as well as a TV screen, mirror and a mood board of looks that she is presumably trying to emulate.

Oh, it’s also where she puts on the most impractical pair of Vetements thigh-high bright orange boots, which she manages to pull off.

Jenner also gives viewers a look at the dress she wore on her 21st birthday, explaining that, at first, she didn’t realise Paris Hilton was the one who originally wore it.

“This dress is going to be a part of my closet for the rest of my life,” she said. “I found a reference photo online of someone and at the time I didn’t know who because their head was cut off.”

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“So I sent it to my stylist,” she continued. “We had it made and I ended up wearing it to my 21st birthday. Paris Hilton was there and she goes ‘OMG I wore this dress to my 21st birthday’. And I showed her my reference photo and she told me that that was actually her.

“Just how the world works is pretty amazing and I love it.”

If you want to see more of Kendall’s closet – and hear about how she once tried to steal a pair of Marc Jacobs jeans from the set of a photo shoot – watch the video below.

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