Buy Vintage From the Rich and Famous at If Pockets Talked
One of Hollywood's most in-demand closet cleaners and self-described "control freak" Masha Gordon, 30, began her career organizing the wardrobes of her childhood friends, including Nicole Richie. In November 2010, she launched If Pockets Talked, a website which proffers the incredible designer castoffs she's gleaned from her clients' alpha closets. Also on offer: iconic vintage pieces from the '60s through '90s, as well as current season, never-been-wore-before styles by the likes of Chanel, Marni and Celine.
Through December 15 at Milk Boutique in West Hollywood, you can see If Pockets Talked come to live through a lovely little pop-up shop. There, we spotted 3(!) pristine Hermes Kelly bags (on sale at $9K a pop), along with a crazy chic pink Pucci dress (culled from Richie's closet, of course) and a sleek Marni trench coat, donated by Lucky cover girl Kirsten Dunst. Good times!
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