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fashion closets

Whether you’ve been collecting clothing, accessories and shoes since you were 12, or have a streamlined wardrobe, it’s important to have it well organized and easily accessible in order to keep track of all of the options you have.

Check out the fashion closets below for some great inspiration.

model favorite

Freja Beha Erichsen is on the cover of the August edition of British Vogue and rightly so. Originally from Denmark, Erichsen debuted as a model in ’05 at fall Paris and Milan fashion weeks shows of Prada, LV, and Miu Miu. Today she walks in many major cities and has a slew of advertising campaigns.

Erichsen also has pretty great style – check out some photos of her on and off the runway below.

london collections: men

some great street style photos by WWD and GQ UK

brompton bike

One of the original folding bike companies, Brompton Bikes are made in the UK and are pretty awesome. They’re ideal for people who live in a city and want to bring their bike on public transport or who just want a convenient – more easily storable – bike. 

Learn more about them here: http://www.brompton.co.uk/our-bikes/bike-explorer

 

silver.

For a while now I’ve been mainly sticking to gold jewelry, but lately I’ve been drawn more and more back to silver – maybe silver feels lighter in the warm Milano weather, or maybe it simply goes better with my current outfit choices – but either way a touch of silver jewelry seems like a nice change.

(photo creds: fashiontoast & song of style)

Chanel in Singapore

For Chanel’s Pre-Fall ’13/’14 line Karl Largerfeld brought the brand and its followers to Scotland; now, for Resort ’14 Karl’s brought us all the way to 100 degree Singapore. 

When asked by Style.com whether Singapore was chosen as a way to further penetrate the Asian market, and whether or not he had done research as a result, Karl replied: “I research with instinct, you see. It has to be a vague impression, but don’t get into the details. Reinvent the details.” Read the full article here on Style.com. 

The show itself was pretty great, a bit more Coco inspired and a little less Karl – pearls, easy fabrics, and neutral colors with a boyish flair. 

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