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The wardrobe is a func­tional piece of fur­ni­ture, but rarely a thing of beauty – and pos­si­bly the last el­e­ment of the home that’s al­most uni­ver­sally clunky and awk­ward. Well, now that’s all chang­ing: Bel­gian de­signer Vin­cent Van Duy­sen has cre­ated ‘Mas­ter Dress­ing’, his game-chang­ingly sleek, glass wardrobe for Molteni & C.

You’ll no longer have to hide away your most prized fash­ion pur­chases: this piece of fur­ni­ture that turns your clothes into show­pieces ( granted, you may have to be bit more tidy and or­gan­ised). The vit­rine de­sign of ‘Mas­ter Dress­ing’ per­fectly co­or­di­nates with Van Duy­sen’s ex­ist­ing ‘Gliss Mas­ter’ wardrobes, and in­cor­po­rates a pur­pose­built shelv­ing sys­tem, draw­ers, and tie and scarf racks, all in­tended to help you keep ev­ery­thing in or­der. Also, for the first time, a dress­ing ta­ble area, in­clud­ing a large mir­ror, can be built into the mid­dle of the wardrobe, al­low­ing ac­ces­sories and cos­met­ics to sit side-by-side with clothes. It’s of­fi­cially time to get rid of that mahogany beast in the cor­ner of the bed­room; a new, more el­e­gant al­ter­na­tive has stolen our hearts (

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