The Zoe Report: Organized Chaos

Rachel

To once again reference my Virgo nature– I am a control freak who likes everything situated in an orderly fashion. This rings especially true for my clothes, shoes, and accessories. I treat them like royalty, with the help of a few organizational tools, like these Closet Fetish Boxes.

I shudder at the thought of a messy closet. There is nothing worse than when you are running late and can’t find your second shoe. Disaster. To avoid these mishaps, I strongly recommend Closet Fetish Boxes. Store your treasured soles in style with these clever, colorful cases. Each box includes a frame on the outside, so you can display a picture of the enclosed platforms. Not only will these stackable boxes help you sort your flats from your tranny shoes, but they will also prolong the life of whatever treasures are inside.

xoRZ.

Availability: Closet Fetish couture boxes, $19.99 for set of 2, at closetfetish.com. Available in pink, blue, red, lavender, brown and beige.

Stylist Rachel Zoe has long been known as the go-to force among “It” starlets, fashion houses, beauty firms and magazine editors looking for a dose of effortlessly chic style.

October 2007 marked the launch of Zoe’s first tome, Style A to Zoe by Grand Central Publishing, a stylebook filled with insightful tips and observations by Zoe, her designer friends and star clients. It was included in The New York Times Best Seller List. Zoe is continuing her mission to make fashion attainable with a full line of affordable accessories and faux fur that will debut on QVC this fall. She also acts as contributing editor and consultant for Piperlime.com. Rachel is continuing to expand her business endeavors with the second season of The Rachel Zoe Project, which premiered August 24th on Bravo.

Zoe and her husband, venture capitalist and new-media entrepreneur Rodger Berman, reside in Los Angeles.

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