What do Ralph Lauren, Eileen Fisher and Tommy Hilfiger have in common besides being fashion designers of global renown? They all live in New York City's northern suburbs—and not just in your wardrobe. As Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week takes Manhattan this week, we toast our local trendsetters and bring you the best walk-in closets from our listings for the finest in vogue vestments to call home. With spaces like these to stash the latest spoils from SoHo, it's no wonder so many style-minded New Yorkers have chosen to reside really far uptown.
BEDFORD CORNERS | 160 Chestnut Ridge Road
As if 30 acres barely an hour outside Midtown Manhattan wasn't enough of a wow factor, this Northern Westchester new construction home boasts practically an entire wing for your wardrobe. The custom-designed dressing room completes an already well-rounded master's quarters featuring a spa bath, balcony and sitting room.
TARRYTOWN | 20 Carriage Trail
Why have one oversized dressing room when you can have two? The master suite of Greystone-on-Hudson's latest addition boasts two ultra-luxe chambers to amass limitless couture in a scenic setting that's attracted New York's movers, shakers and tastemakers for centuries.
GREENWICH | 111 Conyers Farm Drive
Surely we've all had the experience of fumbling for a light switch in a dark closet. With oversized picture windows, this stylish storage space is on brand for its location at Conyers Farm, a gated enclave straddling the Connecticut-New York border that's one of the hottest addresses north of NYC.
SCARSDALE | 15 Richbell Road
Inside this classic 1915 Manor, set in Scarsdale's Murray Hill section, this spacious dressing room is just a small slice of the home's 9,000 square feet. With a long vanity and countless closets, drawers and cabinets, it speaks to the Art Deco-inspired Old Hollywood elegance found throughout.