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The Straits Times
June 22, 2023
Socialite-influencer Jamie Chua, who caused a buzz when she showed off her huge walk-in wardrobe in 2019, has given a mini-tour of her new closet.
In a video shared on Instagram on Thursday, the 49-year-old showed off the space in her new home, which she began moving into in March.
The mini-tour, titled 10 things In My Walk-In Wardrobe Which Just Make Sense, starts with her entering the room through doors equipped with a face- and fingerprint-recognition lock.
Inside the spacious room – she did not state its floor area – there is even a separate walk-in unit, encased in glass and temperature-controlled, for her collection of designer handbags.
She is said to have one of the largest collections of Hermes bags in the world, numbering more than 200 pieces and valued at more than US$2 million (S$2.7 million).
Other features include dehumidifiers in every closet, LED lighting sensors, velvet-lined drawers and customised storage for her jewellery, sunglasses, scarves, watches, belts and socks.
In the video, her vast collection of footwear and gowns can also be seen behind glass doors.
Chua had earlier in June teased her 1.3 million Instagram followers with a video of her getting ready for a party while twirling about in her walk-in wardrobe, and many fans had been calling for her to share a closet tour.
She had also offered a glimpse of what she called her “vanity glam room” in a YouTube video in April, sharing on beauty products she uses as well as her luxury jacket collection.
Other parts of her abode have also been featured on her socials, including the dining area with a fancy chandelier and the open-concept kitchen, which was mainly in white and stocked with Smeg appliances.