New York, Oct 22 (ANI): Anna Dello Russo, the editor of Vogue Japan, has revealed she has two apartments to house her collection of clothes.
Dello Russo, 47, has in an interview with W magazine opened up both of her apartments, so photographers can capture her 250 tuxedo jackets, 4,000 shoes and "zoolike" collection of exotic fur coats.
"Collecting clothes is complicated because the clothes need a space and the right temperature. You really destroy clothes if you leave it there, no?" the New York Daily News quoted her as saying.
"It's dusty, it's hot-it ruins the clothes. It's so freezing in my house! The clothes need to be cold," she stated.
She keeps all the chicest and most modern clothes in apartment one, which is decorated in floor to ceiling leopard, and those that are not up to the moment, she keeps them in apartment number two.
"I hate vintage clothes. I love the smell of a new store, not an old dress," she told W, referring to last year's Prada. (ANI)