Billionaire heiress Tamara Ecclestone has opened the doors to her massive wardrobe, revealing the swags of designer clothing inside, some items never worn.
Her collection of 17 Hermes Birkin bags worth £50,000 have their own display cabinet in the hallway of her £45 million Chelsea mansion.
The daughter of Formula 1 boss Bernie says she will never sell them as 'they're going to be my babies'.

The 27-year-old has an entire section dedicated to little black dresses, racks of Christian Louboutin heels - some still in boxes - and rails of faux fur coats.
She also owns 22 pairs of Ugg Boots and tens of Juicy Couture tracksuit tops and T-shirts.
Tamara is now renovating her home, which she shares with stockbroker boyfriend Omar Khyami, and planning an even bigger wardrobe, the Daily Star Sunday reported.
It will feature shoes on conveyor racks and Hermes-leather lined drawers.
But the reality has hit back at critics that label her a spoilt brat.

She is auctioning off some of her prized possessions for charity, with the Great Ormond Street Hospital benefiting.
Tamara admitted she finds it hard to let go of her prized possessions.
'I’m a bit of a hoarder. I do feel emotional to let go of stuff but then I see the bids going up and think: "That’s more money for charity".
'I chose a children’s charity because me and my sister had such an amazing childhood. And I think it’s so sad that not everyone gets that. I think we’re all guilty of taking things for granted.
'I used to get pissed off and angry. I’d get a spot and freak out. But life’s too short.'

She said she gets frustrated when people criticise her lifestyle and spoke about Australian minister Kelvin Thomson calling her 'stupid and pointless'.
'I was surprised he has time to comment on me. He’s supposed to be running a country.
'Dad was just disgusted that a grown man would speak about a woman like that.
'When I was younger I was much more sensitive and I’d read all the nasty comments. But I’m getting a thicker skin.
'If I love someone I’ll do anything for them. I’d probably give them a handbag if they asked for it. But if you screw me, that’s it. You’re out of my life.'

Tamara also spoke about her love life with the paper following revealations last month that Omar, 38, was jailed for 18 months in 1994 for selling on stolen watches.
She said she knew about his conviction and the couple are planning a holiday in the Bahamas to celebrate their second anniversary.
'I did know about it before. We have a relationship where we just trust each other and we tell each other everything. He’s my best friend.
'My dad loves Omar to bits and he called him to check he was OK and tell him not to worry.'
She added that she wants to plan 'a big wedding' in the next couple of years, although she is not thought to be engaged yet.
Tamara said she is now finally starting to accept her father's relationship with Brazilian lawyer Fabiana Flosi following his divorce from her and sister Petra's mother Slavica in 2008.