not minimalist.

not minimalist…

Supermodel Claudia Schiffer’s wardrobe was overflowing with her designer outfits – so the beauty converted an aircraft hangar into an enormous closet.
The 38-year-old has enjoyed almost two decades in the fashion industry, with designers queueing up to hand her free clothes.
The German-born star soon ran out of space in her luxurious $7 million home – but instead of clearing out her closet, Schiffer decided to convert an unused helicopter hangar in the grounds of the property.
She says, “I’ve kept all my clothes. I have a hangar that is normally made for helicopters and I’ve got all my clothes in there. The heli-hangar was (husband) Matthew’s (Vaughn’s) idea. I have so many closets of Chanel in there, it’s like a Chanel boutique.’
A source tells Britain’s Mail on Sunday, “It’s just like an Aladdin’s cave. It’s an extraordinary collection of clothes and there are some fantastic items in there. There are things she’s bought and things she’s been given.
“It’s not all colour-coded or arranged like a big archive. Some people expect it to be like a high-class boutique inside and it’s not really like that at all.”

well, at least she’s got them color-coded and arranged neatly.

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  1. Ashley C. says

    Why on earth wouldn’t she auction off these superfluous clothes on eBay to raise money for a charitable cause that she cares about? I’m sure they would fetch fortune, and she could do so much good with the monies that would be raised. I highly doubt she makes very many trips out to the hangar to pick out her outfit for the day.

  2. Dante Iscariot says

    This makes me physically nauseous to imagine, I feel literally sick in my stomach to imagine such disgusting excess. I pity her more than anything, that’s some deep rooted mental illness going on there, i don’t care how into fashion you are :/

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