Five properties with incredible walk-in closets to inspire a wardrobe overhaul in time for Fashion Week

Celebrate the most stylish month of the year by peeking inside these incredible dressing rooms

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As we enter the fourth day of New York Fashion Week, whilst anticipating the festival's launch in London this Friday, February 19th, our thoughts are inevitably turning towards the importance of a good closet. Important, in the sense of dressing well, but also important in regard to the closet's place in your home. 

Though current restrictions mean that the AW21 shows look different from any other year, one thing remains the same - the desire to dress up and turn our bedrooms and dressing rooms into a catwalk before that exciting trip to the supermarket. 

Therefore, we have found the best walk-in closets on the market this fashion month, which are guaranteed to fill you with ultimate closet envy, and stylish modern bedroom ideas

1.  Apartment in SoHo, New York 

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The style of SoHo remains unmatched- as does this closet. 

Hidden in the tallest loft building in the neighborhood, this closet was designed by the famed hotelier Andre Balazs, whose shrine to style overlooks the downtown area of one of the world's fashion capitals. 

This 4,200 square foot apartment at 158 Mercer Street is on the market for $10,995,000. 

2. Penthouse in Belgravia, London 

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The fashionable folk of London have admired Belgravia for centuries, and with stylish properties such as this, it is easy to see why. This stunning six-bedroom apartment is only a short hop from Harrods, so you have no excuse to let the contents of your walk- in- closet fall out of season. 

This Eaton Place penthouse is available for £19,950,000.

3. Town House in the Upper East Side, New York 

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Hey Upper East Siders. We already know that this prestigious neighborhood is home to some of the most fashionable postcodes in the US, so this chic modern bedroom and dressing room is hardly a surprise. 

The closet is inside a townhouse, which was designed by renowned architect Henry Jessup, and is situated between Madison and Park Avenues, so you can easily keep your closet filled with labels that are fresh from the Runway.

The five-bedroom house, located at 34 East 62nd Street, is for sale for $19,750,000.

4. Luxury home in Richmond, London 

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The entirety of this family home combines space and style, and this walk-in closet is no exception. Alongside the glass haven, the period property has eight bedrooms and a wine cellar where you can stock up on your favorite bottle to enjoy during the digital fashion shows.

The home, which overlooks Kew Gardens, is for sale for £8,500,000.

5. Condominium in Tribeca, New York 

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While the elegant Tribeca neighborhood is famed for its classic architecture, the exterior of this property is even more impressive. The home has five bedrooms; alongside its spacious walk-in closet, the home boasts a library, which is the answer to your WFH prayers and views across one of the most upscale areas of the concrete jungle.  

This home is for sale in Duane Park for $17,500,000. All properties are available through Knight Frank and Douglas Elliman. 

Megan Slack
Megan Slack

Megan is a News Writer across Future Plc's Homes titles. She has a background in national newspapers in the UK and has experience in fashion and travel journalism, which she previously practised whilst living in Paris and New York City. Her adoration for these fashion capitals means she particularly loves writing about contemporary styles and trends for Livingetc.