Guest Post by Laura Kinsella, founder of Urban OrgaNYze It’s officially back to school season, which means fall is full steam ahead!  Whether you are coming back from your vacation home, or have enjoyed the summer in the city, it’s time to grab a pumpkin spiced latte, and read on for our 5 essential steps … Continued


As seen in WWD-July 2019 Couture and costume storage facility Garde Robe has expanded to Los Angeles, offering fashion collectors a temperature-controlled facility, and same-day access to wardrobe pieces. Founded in New York in 2001, Garde Robe had been servicing West Coast customers from a San Diego location, but relocated to Los Angeles to be able to offer … Continued


Caring and storing your clothes is the purpose of a well-organized closet. Many people find themselves overwhelmed with a closet filled to the rim with items. If you walk into your closet and have too much clothing, or you can’t see your clothes because they are too packed, you have an overfilled closet.  As a professional organizer for over a decade, … Continued


Fashion is an art form. We all agree on that. So why isn’t your couture dress collection insured in the same way as paintings or sculptures? The answer is: Your broker isn’t aware that you have it. I’ve been a professional organizer and relocation manager in New York City for more than twenty years, and … Continued


“Already popular in places such as Los Angeles and New York, luxury storage companies offer services that go beyond storing goods. Garde Robe, which was founded in 2001 and includes clients such as fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, bills itself ‘wardrobe and archive management experts’. In addition to offering museum-quality storage (members receive a … Continued


The idea of professionally preserving the legacy of a design house through the use of archival-grade materials that are long lasting and museum-quality is now implemented by many top-tier designers. Many find the idea of damaging their precious collections to poor storage techniques or pests unbearable as an alternative, or that storing large collections in-house … Continued


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