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A socialite has shared a glimpse into her extravagant closet that’s protected by fingerprint technology and cost $120,000 to build.
Jamie Chua, 49, is known as Singapore‘s unofficial ‘Instagram Queen’ and floods Instagram feeds with photos of her luxurious lifestyle.
Spanning over 65sqm, the wardrobe is filled with an impressive collection of more than 200 Hermes bags, 300 pairs of shoes and drawers of diamond jewellery.
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Jamie Chua, Singapore’s unofficial ‘Instagram Queen’, has shared a glimpse inside her incredible closet filled with thousands of designer handbags, shoes and clothes
The 49-year-old shared a video with her 1.2million Instagram followers. The wardrobe is filled with an impressive collection of more than 200 Hermes bags, 300 pairs of shoes and drawers of diamond jewellery
To utilise the space efficiently, Ms Chua had a ‘filing system’ installed where she stores hundreds of designer dresses, jackets, gowns and furs worth thousands of dollars.
One stunning dress lined with gold embroidery costs a whopping $27,000 USD / $36,000 AUD and weighs 30kg.
At the front all ten cabinets sits framed outfits Ms Chua admires – a concept she designed herself.
The most expensive item in her wardrobe is a $330,883 AUD Hermes Himalaya Niloticus Crocodile Diamond Birkin handbag.
Covered in crocodile skin and glittering with diamonds, the exceptionally rare Hermes Himalaya Birkin is considered the ‘Holy Grail’ of handbag collections, according to auction house Christies.
To utilise the space efficiently, Ms Chua had a ‘filing system’ installed where she stores hundreds of designer dresses, jackets, gowns and furs worth thousands of dollars (left)
Ms Chua’s shoe collection is neatly stored on glass shelving, with the average pair costing $2010, according to Insider.
The incredible range includes sneakers, heels and sandals – each offering a different look to pair with her outfits.
At the back of the closet is a huge floor to ceiling mirror for Ms Chua to view her final look before she goes out.
The closet is protected with a fingerprint code only Ms Chua can access. At the back of the closet is a huge floor to ceiling mirror for Ms Chua to view her final look before she goes out
Millionaire socialite Jamie Chua is known as Singapore’s unofficial ‘Instagram Queen’
The most expensive item in her wardrobe is this $330,883 AUD Hermes Himalaya Niloticus Crocodile Diamond Birkin handbag
Her most treasured piece of jewellery is a nine diamond necklace, a replica of the one given to Carrie Bradshaw by her Russian beau Alexander Petrovsky in the final season of Sex and the City.
‘I was immediately obsessed with it and I knew I had to have it!’ she said in a YouTube video.
It’s not clear how much Ms Chua’s necklace is worth, but similar pieces from Canadian luxury jeweller Minichiello start from $850 AUD online.
Ms Chua is rumoured to own the largest collection of Hermes bags in the world, surpassing even those of Hermes super fans Kim Kardashian and Victoria Beckham
Earlier this year the founder of skincare line Luminous1 answered her followers’ most frequently asked questions in a YouTube video last Thursday, revealing her favourite fashion labels, holiday destinations and the luxurious essential oils that maintain her youthful radiance.
The mother-of-two – who shares daughter Calista and son Cleveland with ex-husband, Indonesian millionaire business tycoon Nurdian Cuaca – started her working life as an air hostess, but she’s now an entrepreneur in her own right.
Her favourite skincare product is the $235 Dior Prestige la Micro-Lotion de Rose, a face cream made with rose oil which promises to keep skin hydrated for 24 hours, making your face appear smoother and younger.
Ms Chua applies the luxurious oil to her face and neck at night to fill her bedroom with the scent of roses, and credits it for her ‘supple’ skin.
‘It feels like having rose petals all over your face,’ she said.
She cited money as her biggest motivation, a driving force which stems from growing up in an underprivileged household where her family had ‘less than average’
Ms Chua shared her skincare routine with Daily Mail Australia in 2018, revealing aromatherapy oils and regular facial massages as her secret weapon for maintaining her age-defying appearance.
‘I swear by relaxing facials to keep my skin and pores clean, and use rose oil in my skincare as it promotes youth and radiance,’ she said.
She also makes her own bath soap and serums, declaring she ‘cannot live without’ neroli, lavender and frankincense oils.
Ms Chua promised to offer light relief to her followers as the coronavirus crisis by posting video tours of her wardrobe and garden.