From wearing archival designer pieces to creating her own fashion archive - Kim Kardashian is keeping all her clothing in a 'special closet'

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A few of the red carpet gowns Kim Kardashian has stored in her fashion archive. Collage by Afika Jadezweni
A few of the red carpet gowns Kim Kardashian has stored in her fashion archive. Collage by Afika Jadezweni

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has revealed she keeps every single outfit she has worn, attaching a picture of when she wore it on the items. 

A fan who created a Twitter thread of Kim K's most memorable looks asked her if she keeps any coats, and Kim was more than happy to answer the Twitter user, replying with the following;

Meanwhile the reality TV star had previously revealed she has a temperature controlled storage facility for every outfit she has worn, and it's all linked to an app on her phone. 

"All of my old clothes go into a storage facility that has different sections. For example, one for all my Met Gala dresses (sic)," she said. 

"Each [item] is in a garment bag with a photo of me at the event," she added. 

We can only imagine what the worth of these garments will be in the future when she auctions them off. With that said, here are five of Kim Kardashian West's Met Gala gowns fans can look forward to purchasing from her fashion archive one day. 

2019 

In custom Thierry Mugler. 

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 06: Kim Kardashian West attend

2018

In a Versace dress. 

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 07: Kim Kardashian West attend

2017

Minimalist in Vivienne Westwood. 

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 01: Kim Kardashian West attend

2016

Wearing a Balmain gown by Olivier Rousteing. 

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 02: Kim Kardashian West attend

2015 

In a sheer Roberto Cavalli creation. 

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 04: Kim Kardashian attends the

Images: Getty

Compiled by Afika Jadezweni

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