There are two types of people in the world: those who share clothes and those who do not. We're going to assume Harry Styles falls into the latter category, because in a recent interview with British GQ, fashion designer Harris Reed revealed that the singer keeps his clothes frozen in a high-security vault.
Reed has created several custom outfits for Styles over the years, including the now iconic blue suit from his latest music video for "Lights Up." But, for the former One Direction member's first solo tour, the 23-year-old designer said even he was surprised to learn how Styles preserved each look.
“After his first solo tour that I produced 14–15 looks for — he wore about six or seven — I was wondering where the others were, and he was like, ‘Don't worry, they are all under surveillance.’ I was like, ‘Oh, that's chic,'" Reed said.
“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 where I am not going to disclose," he revealed. "But 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."
Freezing clothes isn't exactly new or groundbreaking; a quick Google search will show plenty of people sticking their jeans in the freezer as an alternative to washing them and killing off bacteria (a myth that's been busted, we might add).
However, not many people keep all of their clothes in a giant freezer or in a secured vault. Then again, not many people are Harry Styles and own his same collection of Gucci suits, flowing flares and pussy-bow blouses. So, add this to your list of "things I might do if I were rich."