Iris Apfel Donated 900 Pieces of Her Wardrobe To a Museum in Salem, Massachusetts
Ever wondered how many things are in beloved New York fashion fixture Iris Apfel's wardrobe? The answer: A lot. Apfel is donating 600 items from her personal wardrobe to the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. The generous donation will include pieces ranging from Alexander McQueen and Lanvin, to vintage flea market baubles, all of which the 90-year-old has amassed over five decades, reports The Boston Globe. The combination of art objects, garments and accessories will surely include much of the OTT eyewear and jewelry the "world's oldest teenager" (as she describes herself) is known for. It isn't the first time the white-haired icon has been immortalized.