"Sunday Runway, Closeted . . . "

Steve Gambrel, New York, NY       

Well, if we're going to spend our Sundays together chattering on about men's fashion - we should at least spend a few moments examining where all these clothes are going to be kept.  And after spending a luxurious Saturday afternoon re-organizing my own closet - (sweaters re-folded and back in flawless organization, socks all paired back together, dress shirts back in order - solids, stripes, then patterns (from light colours to dark colours) - today seems to be the perfect day from some serious closet envy.

Of all the things that my life might be missing - having my own personal valet to maintain and organize my clothing would be the zenith of perfection.

But, until then - let's just spend a few minutes seeing how it's done . . . 

Nate Berkus, from Elle Decor
(photography by Pieter Estersohn)

Miles Redd, New York NY 

From Country Living

Ralph Lauren's Closet, from Architectural Digest
(photography by Durston Saylor)

From New York Magazine, 2009

Michael Smith, for Elle Decor
(photography by Simon Upton)

Designer and Blogger James Andrew, from New York Social Diary (photography by Jeffrey Hirsch)

The closet of The Duke of Windsor 

Inside the closet of yours truly.  And a small portion of my footwear collection.

From my interview with Mr. Peacock in 2009
(photography by Nicolas Smith)


JWC said…
Apart from Steve Gambrel having flawless taste, this studded closet is exceptional. I'm ready to move in.
While I love a dark rich wood for a gentlemans closet, there is something really fabulous about these colorful closets, the blue is amazing, ditto the red. All of them are really great looking.......wonderful post!
Belle de Ville said…
These closets are wonderful. While Ralph Lauren's closet was exactly as I would have expected it to be, I was rather suprised by James Andrew's closet. He has the most stunning wardrobe, I expected something different.
OK, I an GREEN with envy...my own closet is small and a mess...I am going right now to do something about it. As far as I am concerned, you and James Andrew are the top. I have seen Michael Smiths closet and I could cry from jealousy.
The Devine Life said…
These are great closets, Michael Smith's is my favorite.
Cynna said…
You have a very neat closet for a boy! And a lot of knitwear. Love this post.
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thanks for a peak into these great closets. i'm working with a bachelor who has several that desperately need to be done. great inspiration!
noreen said…
love the bright colours of the walls which makes all those shirts & jackets pop. Mr Wood when do you get to wear all those divine slipppers!!

Those lovely slippers get to trot around San Francisco with a fair amount of regularity. Chic and cozy - my favourite.

Erik Perez said…
My favorite closet is yours, hands down... specially since I'm very jealous for your shoe collection...
Ms. P and C said…
Love it. This makes me realize how unfairly proportioned most rental unit's closets are...sadly, I don't have one of those great Edwardian walk-ins. I do have 2 closets though, but neither one looks like this!
Thanks Erik!

My shoes are the source of my secret powers . . .

Kasia _ JACOB said…
Beautiful clothing and yet filled with beautiful clothes:) is a dream.

Greeting from Poland,
Kaffeslabberas said…
Want new wardrobe ..now! I also love your sense of fashion, Scott. One of my favorite blogs.
this is a Beautiful clothing and yet filled with beautiful clothes:) is a dream.

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