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Whitney Port's PORCELAIN SHOES

Port's grandmother Helene Woskoff, now 87, used to buy the City star antique glass and porcelain shoes while on frequent road trips. Now all of them-Port estimates she has about 75-are displayed on shelves in Port's childhood bedroom in Los Angeles. "It's something that I'll have forever," says Port, 25. "It will always remind me of her."

Maria Menounos' HOLLYWOOD MEMORABILIA

"I've always loved old Hollywood," says the Access Hollywood host, 32, who keeps her vast collection-everything from a suit worn by Hawaii Five-O star Jack Lord to a china cabinet once owned by 1950s starlet Virginia Mayo-scattered throughout her home. Says Menounos: "It's great to walk into different rooms and know there's a piece of history in each one."

Darius Rucker's SPORTS MEMORABILIA

The country star bought a robe worn by pro wrestler Ric Flair ("I've been a fan since college," he says) at a benefit years ago. He displays it in his Charleston home with a replica of Flair's belt. Rucker has also added jerseys given to him by NFL quarterbacks Dan Marino and Brett Favre. Favre's came with a note that reads: "To a good friend with the second best voice besides mine."

Joan Rivers' VINTAGE PERFUME BOTTLES

"Aren't they pretty?" says the comedian, 77, showing off her 24 bottles. "A lot of them came from England and flea markets." But Rivers has no plans to buy more. "You can only collect so much," she says.

Dylan Lauren's BUNNIES

"I have rabbit everything-stuffed animals, pajamas, porcelain, candlesticks," says Lauren, 36, founder of Dylan's Candy Bar (and daughter of designer Ralph). Lauren, who says her love for bunnies dates back to nursery school, has amassed about 3,000 rabbit items-mostly gifts-which she keeps in her N.Y.C. apartment and office. "They make me happy," she says. "They have good energy and they're lucky."