It was enough to make her trip on her 5-inch Manolo Blahniks.
A retired North Shore businessman hired former “Sex And The City” set designer Lydia Marks and her partner Lisa Frantz to replicate Carrie Bradshaw’s dream closet as a gift for his clotheshorse wife.
“We measured everything she had, so everything was custom-made,” Lisa Frantz told Metro. “We knew she had 48 pairs of sunglasses, so we designed a drawer with that information in mind. She also had about 250 pairs of flats, 28 suits, so we built accordingly. We knew what we were dealing with.”
The 400-square-foot guest bedroom turned fantasy closet is replete with a shoe cabinet that holds more than 400 pairs of shoes, rows of clothing racks organized by label, a vanity designed specifically for hair dryers, curling irons and flat irons. The walk-in wardrobe set the generous hubby back $175,000.