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Which celebrity/famous person/or other closet would you love to raid?

yellman

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Which celebrity/famous person/or other closet would you love to raid? If you could go into their house and take any item(s) from their closet, from whose closet would you journey to. Of course assuming that there would be no ill will towards you for breaking into their home and stealing said items.

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Enjoy?

OK some clarification, there are two categories. One for an individual who is your size and you could just grab their items and wear them with minimal, if any alterations. The second category would be anyone, regardless of their size compared to yours.
 

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My size:

Nigo - not because I like his clothes, but because I could make several hundreds of thousands of dollars selling all his exclusive/rare Bape...

Other:

Aportnoy.......shoes
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I'd steal from the closets of the boys in Franz Ferdinand and The Ordinary Boys (both UK bands for the uninitiated). They have great style that is not far from my own.

The best closet to steal from isnt a real person, but Jude Law's "Alfie" character would be my first choice, if that were an option. And we're probably the same size.
 

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Kofi Anan's closet here I come for its MTM Brioni suits. As far as shoes, how about the shoe collection of EG's chairman; I presume he wears what he sells.
 

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Bootsy Collins
 

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I'd steal Jennifer Connolly's clothes. I wouldn't wear them. I'd just take them so that she wouldn't have any clothes and was forced to walk around nude.

If it had to be a GUY and I had to WEAR the clothes... I dunno what celebs are my size, but I'd probably steal and wear Mr T's clothes, they are iconic!
 

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Massimo Bizzocchi's closet, including his watch collection.
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The man has impeccable taste.

Gianni Agnelli's suits and shirts and cars.

Prince Philips Lobb collection.

Pierce Brosnan's Brioni & Campagna suits.

Keanu Reeves' Kiton suits.

The shoe collections of anyone in the Berluti Swan Club.

A day to snag pretty much anything in Wilkes Bashford or Louis Boston.

...or Stanley Korshak for that matter...
 

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1. Suits: Cannot remmeber the man's name, but CEO of Oracle co. for his Attolini suit collection.

2. Watch: The Governator.

3. Shoes: EG london shop.
 

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Don't laugh for my choice (and we're not even the same size), but I'd love Ari's wardrobe from Entourage
 

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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
I'd steal Jennifer Connolly's clothes. I wouldn't wear them. I'd just take them so that she wouldn't have any clothes and was forced to walk around nude.

We've disagreed on a few things over the year, but I must say that not one word of those sentences struck a false note. Well said.

If size were no issue, perhaps George Clooney.
 

MilanoStyle

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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
I'd steal Jennifer Connolly's clothes. I wouldn't wear them. I'd just take them so that she wouldn't have any clothes and was forced to walk around nude.

If it had to be a GUY and I had to WEAR the clothes... I dunno what celebs are my size, but I'd probably steal and wear Mr T's clothes, they are iconic!


Have you seen Dark City? She looks great in that movie I find.
 

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Originally Posted by MilanoStyle
Have you seen Dark City? She looks great in that movie I find.
She looks great in everything, but she would look better "in nothing" as it were...
 

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Hmm Bogie or Gary Cooper. Great timeless style. Modern Dennis Farina's Law and Order wardrobe or Courtney B. Vance's
 

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Originally Posted by DGP
Don't laugh for my choice (and we're not even the same size), but I'd love Ari's wardrobe from Entourage

I won't laugh. I was watching a couple episodes the other day and I thought his jackets looked great. Shirts and ties are just okay, but the jackets on his suits look very nice.
 

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I would like to raid J's and Pejsek's closets, just to see how much can be accumulated for under a dollar
 

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