10th Anniversary

10th Anniversary

The Best Closets in Coveteur History

As the Coveteur celebrates its 10 year anniversary, we reflect on our foundation: exploring the closets of our favorite tastemakers. This pathway (combined with a love of personal expression, one-of-a-kind collections, and obvious disregard for privacy) has allowed us to enter into the homes of some of the most stylish, influential, and fascinating people in the world. To pay homage to this journey, we’ve rounded up the 10 biggest closets in Coveteur history from Oprah Winfrey to Lionel Richie to Anna Dello Russo.

That Time We Went to Cindy Crawford’s Oceanside Home

Inside an icon’s closet. Los Angeles.

Lionel Richie’s Closet Is Just as Over-the-Top as We Expected

Nostalgic remakes, Tom Ford-era Gucci, and the music legend stories to match. Los Angeles.

Christian Louboutin Let Us Inside His Paris Apartment for Coveteur’s Book

He’s the man behind what are inarguably the most lusted-after luxury shoes in the world, inspiring countless women to wear his red soles. We couldn’t not. Paris.

We Still Can’t Believe We Got to Raid Oprah’s Closet

We went *way* behind the scenes at Harpo Studios. Chicago.

In Memory of Hugh Hefner

Inside the legendary Playboy and publisher’s closet. Los Angeles.

Anna Dello Russo

Editor-at-Large; Creative Consultant, Vogue Japan. New York.

Dita Von Teese

Burlesque Dancer, Model & Designer. Los Angeles.

Tommy & Dee Hilfiger

Founder, Tommy Hilfiger. Founder, DEESIGNS. New York.

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