The youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan celebrated officially becoming an adult last Aug. 10 with a major blowout, which was attended by her family, Gigi Hadid and Joe Jonas, Zayn Malik and more.
Since her friends and family famously don't do anything small, her present haul was always going to be a tiny bit more impressive than the average teenager's. So how much swag did Kylie take home?
Birkin Bag from Kris Jenner ($11,000-$15,000)
The day before her birthday, momager Jenner kicked off the celebrations early with a coveted Hermès Birkin bag. Consider it a Kardashian rite of passage.
Performances from Fetty Wap and Post Malone ($25,000)
While simply getting to dance to summer hit "Trap Queen" would be enough for most teens, Jenner took things to the next level, enlisting the rapper himself to perform along with up-and-comer Post Malone, who's best known for the song "White Iverson."
Two Custom Birthday Cakes ($57 and up apiece)
No ice cream cake for King Kylie! In addition to a white buttercream-covered confection, complete with a chocolate heart, Jenner also tucked into a custom-designed cake in the shape of her envy-worthy lips and gold grills.
Private Jet ($5,000-$12,000 per hour)
After all that celebrating, a girl needs a vacation, so Jenner naturally set off for a relaxing getaway in her very own private jet. What? Even her Popeye's biscuits don't fly commercial.
A Ferrari 482 Italia ($320,000)
Clearly, Jenner's boyfriend Tyga also subscribes to the "go big or go home" ethos, and go big he did. At Jenner's 2015 party at Bootsy Bellows, he gifted his girl with a brand-new white Ferrari. We're lucky if our boyfriends remember our birthdays!
Malik made an appearance at Jenner's bash, thus officially making it the party of the year. Once a member of One Direction is involved, you've officially made it.
Kendall's Booty (Also Priceless)
The weekend before her birthday, Jenner's older sister Kendall started the gifting spree early with the greatest gift of all: an artsy, black-and-white shot of her supermodel behind. If only we were all so lucky ...