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By ELIZABETH STAMP for Architectural Digest.

Photo: Björn Wallander

Celebrities from Khloé Kardashian to Elton John are famous for their impeccable, trendsetting style. It's no surprise that at home, their closets and dressing rooms are full of iconic everyday and special-occasion fashion items, like Elton John's vast sunglass collection and Ellen DeGeneres's signature sneaker reserve. Here, we take a look at how these stars keep their treasured pieces perfectly organized.

Shown: A Jean-Michel Frank chaise longue graces the dressing room in Project Runway judge Nina Garcia's New York apartment, which was renovated by Carlos Aparicio; the watercolor is by Salvador Dalí, the tripod table is by Frank, and the carpet is by Tai Ping.

Photo: Roger Davies

Reality-TV star Khloé Kardashian in the vast master closet of her Calabasas, California, home, which was decorated by Martyn Lawrence Bullard; the chandelier is by RH, and the ceiling is lined in a Schumacher wallpaper.

Photo: Nino Muñoz

At Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady's Los Angeles home, designer Joan Behnke employed an antique crystal chandelier, custom-made cabinetry, and marble countertops in the model's walk-in closet.

Photo: Scott Frances

Mariah Carey's Mario Buatta-designed apartment in Manhattan features a luxurious dressing room that resembles an airy boutique. All of the songstress's outfits are on display and arranged by color and type, while an adjoining shoe room contains hundreds of her signature stilettos. (November 2001)

Photo: Durston Saylor

The closet at the Bedford, New York, home of Ralph Lauren is outfitted with mahogany millwork, giving the room the refined air of an English estate. The walls are covered in a dark-green baize and a leather-upholstered bench provides a convenient perch for pulling on one of the many pairs of riding boots that line the shelves. (November 2004)

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