10 (5) Amazing Celebrity Closets

Mariah Carey: On an infamous episode of MTV "Cribs" in 2002, Mariah Carey—who was in the midst of a very public breakdown—showed off her outrageous closet, which featured over 1,000 pairs of shoes. Stunning marble floors and expensive Versailles-inspired furniture completed the look.


Another view of Mariah's closet, located in her 12,000 square foot triplex in Manhattan. Fun fact: It's climate controlled!


Khloé Kardashian: While her sister Kim tends to get most of the press when it comes to fashion, Khloé Kardashian provides some hefty competition. She opened up the closet in her Tarzana, California mansion for an Elle spread—and the results must be seen to be believed. Her organizational skills are clearly excellent, and she has more Louboutins than the shoe floor at Barneys.


Khloé's dedication to Christian Louboutin is truly astounding, and she has many of the same styles (like the Daffodil pump and Pigalle) in a slew of colors.


Kim Kardashian: Although boyfriend Kanye West may have done some recent editing, Kim's closet is no less impressive. Between a mix of fur coats, Lanvin jackets and, of course, Hermes handbags, this reality starlet gives any Park Avenue society lady a run for her money. Fun fact: Kim likes to buy a Louis Vuitton bag from every collection.


Christina Aguilera: Photographed with her son Max, Christina Aguilera shows off her staggering closet. You may not mind when your designers are all mixed up, but she's a stickler for organization: "Everything on my shoe wall is grouped by designer—Louboutin, McQueen, YSL—all in their own little family," she told InStyle.


Rachel Zoe: We've seen glimpses into super-stylist Rachel Zoe's massive closet at home on her Bravo reality show "The Rachel Zoe Project," but she showed more of her private archives to The Coveteur a few months ago. With hoards of designer shoes lining the floors, Zoe admits it can be overwhelming, but told the website, "People ask me if I get desensitized seeing so many shoes every day, but I don’t think that’s actually possible."


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