ROSALIE SWEDLIN
 
 

Women in Entertainment 2016:

Inside a top industry vet's luxury closet with

The Hollywood Reporter

 
Amanda Friedman

Amanda Friedman

 

Manager and producer Rosalie Swedlin keeps her clothing and accessories organized while on the go with the help of her LACD wardrobe. While Swedlin's work and travel schedule take her all over the place, her clothing and accessories could not be more centrally organized. We have seen her through four closets (husband and producer Robert W. Cort's current closet features a putting green) and two homes, one in the Trousdale area of Beverly Hills and now a new one, also in Beverly Hills. The overall vision for Rosalie’s closet was to create a dressing-room space that flowed seamlessly from the bathroom-shower-vanity.

 

With her demanding professional life, it is important to make sure everything has its place. I incorporated a pull-out scarf cabinet, pull-out cabinet for hanging jewelry, three-way mirrored doors and double-row pull-out angled shoe shelves — Rosalie’s pride and joy! We were able to store 168 pairs of shoes and an additional 40 for boots/booties.

 

Swedlin singles out Theory shirts among her clothing collection: “I can’t buy enough. They always change the style just a little bit, but they’re the best.”

 
Amanda Friedman

Amanda Friedman

 
I’m motivated by a good story that draws you into a world and the emotional conflicts the characters face — but not conflicts stemming from a disordered closet. As you can see, I love clothes. It’s my way of self-expression
— Rosalie Swedlin
 
Amanda Friedman

Amanda Friedman

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