The British footwear designer recently purchased a $4 million Upper East Side co-op that boasts an “impressive” walk-in closet, the New York Post reports.
The fourth-floor property is 2,505 square -feet and features three bedrooms, a large living room with a fireplace, a dining room and an eat-in kitchen.
Simmons will be able to indulge in her luxe bathroom, which features marble tile, a steam shower and radiant-heated floors.
The impressive Italian Renaissance-palazzo-style building was designed by architect Charles A. Platt and completed in 1908.
Building amenities include a full-time doorman, live-in superintendent, a central laundry room and private storage units.
Of course, even the small details mean a lot to Simmons at home or in business. Previously speaking to FN, she shared some career wisdom. “I wish I had focused more attention on merchandising,” Simmons said. “As I came from an editorial background, I would always scrap ideas after each season rather than build upon them.”
Simmons launched her eponymous brand in 2009, but looking back she said are were things she wishes she had done differently. “I would be more mindful about the entry price point of the line when I launched the brand, as ours were priced completely out of the market,” she shared.