Girls' Hannah Horvath may have developed a reputation for "messiness" over the seasons (life choices are hard!), but her creator Lena Dunham recently got her own shit together, thanks to professional closet organizer Laura Cattano.
Dunham declared her newly polished space "queenly" and hashtagged the pic "power" and "control". (If you don't know, that's #girlboss code for 'Cleanliness is next to Beyoncé.')
Clear acrylic shoe boxes line the top shelf while uniform white hangers keep the actress's designer wares perfectly spaced apart and conveniently off the floor. Dare we say, this closet seems almost Marnie-esque?
Long Island native Cattano's degree in environmental science informs her de-cluttering philosophy, an approach that's "spiritually" better for her clients. "I was born neat," Cattano declares on her website, "It's not just about being organized; it's a new way of seeing your things." Watch the throne, SJP — there's a new clotheshorse in town, and she's from Brooklyn. Cattano offers her services in Manhattan and Brooklyn and works with a variety of budgets and timelines. You can find more information on her website.