She’s the PR queen who owns an extensive designer handbag collection.
And on Wednesday, Roxy Jacenko gave her Instagram followers a glimpse inside her dedicated handbag wardrobe.
The 41-year-old publicist, who lives in a $6.5million home in Sydney’s Vaucluse, shared a photo of her seven-year-old son, Hunter, holding the family dog in front of her impressive collection of bags.
Living the luxuriously! PR queen Roxy Jacenko offered fans a glimpse of her $1million designer handbag wardrobe on Tuesday
Among the items on show were a number of Hermès Birkin bags in different colours, which are worth an estimated $1million in total.
Her Hermès collection also includes the ultra-rare crocodile skin Birkin, which can retail for up to $435,000.
She also displayed her pink floral Christian Dior book bag, which costs more than $4,700, as well as her $5,700 mini Fendi Peekaboo.
Luxury: She shared a photo showing her son Hunter, seven, carrying their dog Minni, in front of her bags. Among the bags seen in the photo were a number of Hermès Birkin bags, includes the ultra-rare crocodile skin Birkin, Christian Dior book bag and a mini Fendi Peekaboo
Roxy’s collection also includes Mini Kelly bags by Hermès – one in pink and another black – which cost about $11,800 each.
The publicist previously gave a tour of her $6.5million home on her short-lived reality show I Am… Roxy! back in 2019.
She boasted about her handbag wardrobe, and declared: ‘People buy artwork for walls, I buy handbags!’
Designer: Roxy also owns Mini Kelly bags by Hermès – one in pink and another black (as seen on the lower left), with a price point of approximately $11,845
What a collection! The PR maven previously gave a tour of her $6.5million home in Sydney’s Vaucluse, on her short-lived reality show – I Am… Roxy – back in 2019. She boasted on the show: ‘People buy artwork for walls, I buy handbags!’
In addition to her handbag closet, Roxy’s luxury home boasts a walk-in wine cellar, fully stocked with thousands of dollars’ worth of premium plonk.
The sleek, black room looks more like a liquor emporium, boasting floor-to-ceiling shelves containing rows of neatly organised bottles.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia in February about her impressive liquor haul, Roxy admitted she was mostly ‘clueless’ about wine and was ‘in charge of the champagne only’, meaning her husband, Oliver Curtis, handles ‘the Grange side of things’.
The cellar of dreams! Aside from a wardrobe designer handbag closet, the couple’s luxury home boasts a walk-in wine cellar, fully stocked with thousands of dollars’ worth of wine. The sleek, black room has floor-to-ceiling shelving containing rows of neatly organised bottles
Well stocked! Roxy previously uploaded this photo of the refrigerator fully stocked with AIX Rosé, which originates from the Provence region of France
‘Champagne wise we have a healthy selection of Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque, Ruhinart Blanc de Blanc, Dom Perignon (including the limited edition Lenny Kravitz bottles), Louis Roederer Cristal and Armand de Brignac,’ she explained.
‘The cellar was designed by Blainey North and is the entrance to the cinema.’
Purchased at auction in 2018, Roxy and Oliver’s mansion boasts enviable features such as sweeping harbour views and a steam room.
The sprawling three-storey home also features an outdoor swimming pool, ample floor-to-ceiling windows and roomy balcony space.
Astonishing: Purchased at auction in 2018, Roxy and her husband Oliver Curtis’ three-storey Vaucluse mansion boasts enviable features such as sweeping harbour views and a steam room