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


At Done and Done Home, we believe that efficient systems are vital to maintaining an organized home. We assist our clients by establishing lasting routines and one of the most important areas we focus on is the wardrobe. An in-depth seasonal evaluation of the entire wardrobe is ideal for optimum efficiency. Access, Edit and Declutter … Continued


“For any trendsetter, who is in constant pursuit of the latest fashions, having somewhere to store all their fab finds is crucial. With Garde Robe, a luxury wardrobe storage, organization and valet company, you can now have endless closet space and a personal wardrobe valet at your disposal.” Thanks Christina Stewart from JustLuxe for the article … Continued


Our thanks to Hannah Tattersall from the Financial Review for the great story on Garde Robe Australia. “IAS Fine Art Logistics has been handling, transporting and storing valuable works of art in Australia for almost 30 years. Used by museums and institutions in the first instance, in recent years a noticeable change has been the … Continued


Overflowing closets are a common problem for the fashion set with so many seasons of shopping, space-consuming winter wear, an explosion of accessories… the picture is very clear. This was a problem that had to be solved by stale air storage places, expanding closets or even keeping half of the wardrobe at the summer home until Garde … Continued


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