There are rich people and then there are those who have so much money that they do not know what to do with it. In that small and exclusive group, one name stands out above the others, Jamie Chua, a businesswoman / influencer from Singapore with a wardrobe that could be the dream of Kim Kardashian herself. With more than 60m2, this place houses more than 300 pairs of designer shoes, a collection that exceeds 200 bags of Hermès and 10 doors full of party dresses, shirts, coats. The collection ends with an extensive (and brilliant) collection of sparkling jewels and luxury watches.
The paradise of every fashionista
If Kris Jenner’s wardrobe could look like a luxury boutique, Jamie Chua’s version is the dream for all those who love excess and settle for very little. With a restricted entry by fingerprint, this space of more than 60 m2 is valued at 2 million dollars. A collection of over 300 pairs of shoes and sneakers signed by Christian Louboutin, Gucci, Dior, Valentino or YSL are displayed as if it were a luxury store. Each of these pieces has a value greater than 500 euros, although the limited editions are valued in several thousand dollars.
An obsession called Hermès
Although her wardrobe (or floor) is full of luxury pieces signed by Gucci, Chanel or Louis Vuitton, the collection of Hermès handbags is her true passion -or obsession-. With more than 200 models, Jamie shows the rarest and most original versions. Among his most precious pieces is the version made of crocodile leather of the Himalayas, details in white gold and 245 diamonds – it is the most expensive bag in the world sold at auction for $ 217,144. In addition, the micro pochette in fuchsia color shows that the size is not important because this edition is valued at $ 11,800 and only fits a lipstick, credit cards or loose money.
At 45, Jamie explains that she used to be a stewardess on Singapore Airlines, where she met her ex-billionaire ex-husband. Over the years, he has created his own empire thanks to a line of beauty products (in addition to making a lot of noise in RRSS with his amazing photographs).
Although the collection that has not shown is what makes up his collection of high jewelry. Saved “under seven keys”, in drawers and in glass showcases, the diamonds shine with their own light. Pieces by Cartier, Bvlgari, Piaget, Harry Winston, Lorraine Schwartz or Tiffany’s & Co are shown to the delight of the owner herself.