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Want a $14,000 Birkin Previously Owned by Kris Jenner? Today's Your Day

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If you thought that the Kardashians’ wardrobes have been entirely de-mystified thanks to several closet tours and the fact that they’re photographed practically daily, think again! You can now own pieces of Kris Jenner’s personal collection on luxury consignment site Vestiaire Collective. As of now, it looks like Mrs. Jenner isn’t taking a cue from daughters Kendall and Kylie and donating the profits to charity like they did for their eBay sale this past fall. But her pieces are worth checking out nonetheless.

Kris Jenner - Vestiaire Collective
Chris Wolf/FilmMagic; Courtesy Vestiaire Collective


Jenner is apparently no stranger to consignment: According to her seller profile page, she has been a member of the site since November 2015, and she has more than 150 items listed currently, although some of them have already been sold. The deep red Hermès bag she’s carrying in the 2011 photo above — currently listed for $14,000 — was something she actually attempted to auction on eBay in September 2015 according to the Daily Mail.

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Kris Jenner - Vestiaire Collective
Courtesy Vestiaire Collective

Among the items she’s listed are (clockwise from left) an Alaïa dress for $1,495, Balmain heels for $225 and a moto (also by Balmain) for $1,250.
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Kris Jenner - Vestiaire Collective
Courtesy Vestiaire Collective

She’s also selling a white Saint Laurent “baby bag” for $1,650 (left, worn to the extremely stylish Easter service the entire family attended in 2015) and a camel Celine leather bag for $2,825.

If you’re looking for smaller ticket buys, they’re available: pieces like sunglasses and skirts from the family’s very own Kardashian Collection from Sears start at just $40!

Tell us: Would you consider ponying up for a pre-owned Kardashian piece? Which one?

–Catherine Kast