If you ever thought you had a killer closet, think again because the rich and famous are one upping us all once again.
It turns out, Harry Styles has a very precise and boujee method of preserving his one-of-a-kind couture clothes when he's not strutting around stage in the frilly or glittery getups: he freezes them... cryogenically freezes them to be exact.
In a new Interview with British GQ, the 25-year-old's go-to designer, Harris Reed, discussed what it was like making his blue bespoke outfit for Styles' new video, “Lights Up.” But there was one wild tidbit of information that really needs to be called out.
If there's one thing the former One Direction singer is known for it's his eclectic range of suits that he sported onstage during his tour — as well as in the video for the HS2 era. And if you ever wondered what he does with all those clothes after the fact, Reed gave fans the inside scoop.
“I can't say where it is located, but everything goes to an archive. It's basically like a giant refrigerator – a frozen vault – somewhere in London,” he said.
And that's not all, oh no, no, no, this is not amateur hour. “The clothes all have 24 hours surveillance, which you can look at via an iPad, specifically done for his outfits, and they have all been cryogenically frozen in time to preserve them,” he explained.
Casual, Styles, casual.
Reed also discussed that he made the incredible video outfit in only three days with zero time for fittings. And if you loved the look, you can absolutely expect way more outfits between the pair.
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