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Roxy Jacenko debuts the insane shoe closet inside her $6.5 million Vaucluse mansion

From $6,400 worth of Azzedine Alaïa designs to a pair of $1,500 Louis Vuitton sandals: Roxy Jacenko shows off insane shoe closet inside her $6.5 million Vaucluse mansion… but she’ll rarely wear a pair more than once

Sweaty Betty founder Roxy Jacenko has given fans a fresh glimpse inside her insane shoe closet in her newly renovation $6.5 million Vaucluse, Sydney mansion.

On Wednesday, Roxy shared an adorable picture of son Hunter playing a video game inside the luxury room, as the businesswoman picked a pair to wear for the day. 

The 39-year-old was recently photograph inside the finished space, with tens of thousands of dollars worth of designer footwear perfectly lined up behind her.   

Enviable: Sweaty Betty founder Roxy Jacenko (pictured) has given fans a fresh glimpse inside her insane shoe closet in her newly renovation $6.5 million Vaucluse, Sydney mansion

The immaculate space, complete with custom built units and spot lighting, holds up to 120 pairs of shoes across both Roxy and husband Oliver Curtis’ sides. 

Roxy’s collection covers everything from Louis Vuitton’s $1,500 Star Trail Sandals to four pairs of near-identical Azzedine Alaïa shoes worth $1,600 each. 

However, it’s doubtful you’ll see the PR maven wearing the same pair twice, with her rarely keeping any once the fashion season is over. 

He's not interested! On Wednesday, Roxy shared an adorable picture of son Hunter playing a video game inside the luxury room, as his mother picked out a pair for the day

He’s not interested! On Wednesday, Roxy shared an adorable picture of son Hunter playing a video game inside the luxury room, as his mother picked out a pair for the day

Impressive: The immaculate space, complete with custom built units and spot lighting, holds up to 120 pairs of shoes across both Roxy and husband Oliver Curtis' sides

Impressive: The immaculate space, complete with custom built units and spot lighting, holds up to 120 pairs of shoes across both Roxy and husband Oliver Curtis’ sides

At the end of each season, Roxy sells her shoes via The Luxe Base.

The website specalises in sustainability and increasing the life-span of luxury items, with Roxy hiring someone especially to re-sell her discarded items.

Roxy, who opened the doors to her sprawling mansion for reality pilot I Am… Roxy on Channel 10 earlier this year, also sells her clothes on the website. 

Selling them on: However, it's doubtful you'll see the PR maven wearing the same pair twice, with her rarely keeping any once the fashion season is over and selling them online

Selling them on: However, it’s doubtful you’ll see the PR maven wearing the same pair twice, with her rarely keeping any once the fashion season is over and selling them online

Dream: Roxy proudly houses her valuable handbag collection in another room in the house, thought to be worth over an astonishing $1 million

Dream: Roxy proudly houses her valuable handbag collection in another room in the house, thought to be worth over an astonishing $1 million

Roxy proudly houses her valuable handbag collection in another room in the house, thought to be worth over an astonishing $1 million. 

Inside, there are a number of designer items displayed upon specially-built shelving.

‘It’s like artwork for me, it’s a sense of achievement. People buy artwork for walls, I buy handbags,’ Roxy recently said on her reality show pilot.   

'It's like artwork for me, it's a sense of achievement. People buy artwork for walls, I buy handbags,' Roxy recently said on the pilot of I Am... Roxy on Channel 10

 ‘It’s like artwork for me, it’s a sense of achievement. People buy artwork for walls, I buy handbags,’ Roxy recently said on the pilot of I Am… Roxy on Channel 10

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