Miley Cyrus’ Storage Unit Hit by Thieves

Miley Cyrus is still recovering after the Malibu wildfires, and now she’s gotta deal with a major theft at her storage unit … TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell us someone got into Miley’s storage unit in the San Fernando Valley and made off…

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News in Brief: GOP Debate Stage Manager Pulls Ladies’ Podium Out Of Storage For Carly Fiorina

SIMI VALLEY, CA—Having rummaged through a cluttered backstage closet for nearly half an hour in an effort to locate its elegantly curved lavender form, stage manager Paul Guzman is said to have finally pulled the GOP’s official ladies’ podium out of storage for Carly Fiorina ahead of Wednesday night’s Republican primary debate. “This thing was way back there jammed behind some sound equipment—I honestly didn’t think we’d be using it this year,” said Guzman as he brushed dust away from the floral-patterned carvings on the front of the lectern, which stands several inches shorter than the other podiums and features a lift-up vanity mirror, four delicate finials, and an upholstered velvet work surface for holding debate notes and personal accessories. “It’s always kind of a pain to drag this out, but at least we only need one of them. Plus, this is probably …




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Garde Robe Expands Its Wardrobe Storage Service to Australia

CYBER CLOSET HEADS DOWN UNDER: Garde Robe, the luxury clothing storage and valet service with locations in New York, California and Nevada, is expanding its international reach to Australia with new locations in Melbourne and Sydney through a partnership with IAS Fine Art Logistics.
For the uninitiated, Garde Robe specializes in the preservation and storage of textiles and offers a “Cyber Closet” delivery service for its clientele — which includes designers, who use it to protect and manage their archival collections, as well as celebrities, couture collectors and socialites — for $ 350 per month. “When we first started, people thought this service was just for New Yorkers [who] don’t have enough closet space,” said vice president and co-owner Doug Greenberg. “But most of our clients have multiple residences anyway. It’s more about the [monetary] value of the clothes that they own and also the sentimental value. Some clients have so much clothing that they need someone to help them manage it, just like you would if you were a collector of art.”
The decision to expand to Australia — home to a burgeoning fashion industry — came about rather practically; Greenberg said the combination of apartment and coastal living there creates a

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