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Yes, I’m back on the topic of celebrities. I promise I’m not a stalker — but really, does a stalker know that he or she is a stalker? I’ll ponder that one later. In the meantime…

Architectural Digest is showcasing the closets of Mariah Carey, Elton John, Brooke Shields and other stars. My favorite closet featured is the one that hotelier Steve Wynn had designed for his Las Vegas home.


Wynn Closet

AD100 interior designer Roger Thomas created this closet.

What caught my eye was Steve’s impressive tie racks (on the right). Uh, yeah — my ties are hanging crazily on three coat hangers along with several belts. And, I won’t even discuss how my poor bow ties are stored. It’s all very shameful. But, I digress.

Tell me about your dream closet, or tell me what closet disasters you have going on.

7 Responses

  1. rga says:

    My closet is very organized, but very small. A place for everything and everything in its place.

  2. Blair says:

    My dream closet would have lots of nooks, cubbies kind of, just to put the small stuff in. And otherwise lots of shelves too.

  3. Barbara M. says:

    Elton and his sunglasses!!

  4. Dave says:

    The unbelievable wealth shown, just on closets. So foreign to us common folks but the closets really are spectacular.

  5. @wonderhussy says:

    I can describe my closet in one word: SHOEPOCALYPSE!!!! I am a model with a severe costume- and wig-obsession, so my closet(s) are OVERFLOWING with crazy crap. I hate to throw anything away, though, because I *KNOW* it'll come in handy some day for a photo shoot :-/ The worst part is, I had a badass walk-in closet…but I lost my house in the recession (short sale) and ended up living in a little tiny 1944-era bungalow with the cutest/crappiest little closets you've ever seen!! But…I've decided to turn my guest bedroom into a dressing room :-) So I'm on here looking for ideas…

  6. Miss Dynamite says:

    Ooooh, how i would love a section just for hats! And of course shoes… and a "dressing area" with seat and mirrors. *sigh*

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