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Sasha Lazard, classical crossover artist and Academy Award nominee, began her operatic career at thirteen, singing arias at private venues in her native Manhattan.

After studying at The San Francisco Conservatory of Music, she toured Europe extensively as a soprano for acclaimed chamber orchestras and opera companies. Sasha has since performed on film soundtracks and for numerous charity events, celebrity galas, and luxury brand events all over the globe. She is currently working on her fifth CD.

 


One On One


Closet Factory: How is your life easier now?
Sasha: “I can get my little guys dressed a lot more quickly. I can find medicines, shampoos etc. now that they are all in one place.”

Closet Factory: How can your new closet transition as your baby grows up?
Sasha: “I think we can take one of the rods out as he grows taller. Shelves can be removed.”

Closet Factory: What items in your child’s closet did you want easiest access to? How did Closet Factory accommodate those needs?

Sasha: “I wanted easy access to his sweaters. There were no shelves for them before. They were jammed into his bureau. I also like having two rows of hanging things – one for his shirts, the other for his pants. It makes putting outfits together much easier.”

Closet Factory: How is your life easier now?
Sasha: “I can get my little guys dressed a lot more quickly. I can find medicines, shampoos etc. now that they are all in one place.”

Closet Factory: How can your new closet transition as your baby grows up?
Sasha: “I think we can take one of the rods out as he grows taller. Shelves can be removed.”

Closet Factory: What items in your child’s closet did you want easiest access to? How did Closet Factory accommodate those needs?
Sasha: “I wanted easy access to his sweaters. There were no shelves for them before. They were jammed into his bureau. I also like having two rows of hanging things – one for his shirts, the other for his pants. It makes putting outfits together much easier.”

Closet Factory: How is your life easier now?
Sasha: “I can get my little guys dressed a lot more quickly. I can find medicines, shampoos etc. now that they are all in one place.”

Closet Factory: How can your new closet transition as your baby grows up?
Sasha: “I think we can take one of the rods out as he grows taller. Shelves can be removed.”

Closet Factory: What items in your child’s closet did you want easiest access to? How did Closet Factory accommodate those needs?
Sasha: “I wanted easy access to his sweaters. There were no shelves for them before. They were jammed into his bureau. I also like having two rows of hanging things – one for his shirts, the other for his pants. It makes putting outfits together much easier.”

Closet Factory: So, tell me about how you feel about your new closet for your son?
Sasha: “I adore it!! As my life becomes busier and hectic, I strive to be as organized as possible. I want my home to feel serene and orderly. I love being able to see what he has. The new closet inspired me to pare down to the minimum.”

Closet Factory: Where do you like to shop for your baby?
Sasha: “My vices are Bonpoint, Marie-Chantal, Papa D’anjou. I carefully saved all of my older sons’ clothes so the baby mainly lives in hand-me downs.”

Closet Factory: What solution did Closet Factory provide in your son’s closet?
Sasha: “Order.”

Closet Factory: What’s in your son’s closet can you never have too many of?
Sasha: “Burp clothes, socks and hats.”

Closet Factory: Do you organize your baby’s clothes by months (0-3 months and 3-6months, etc…) or by winter/summer? Where do you keep clothes that are still too big? Are they close by or out of sight?
Sasha: “I organize his clothes by season. I keep the clothes that are too big for him or out of season in my storage bin in the basement. I store them in Hold Everything containers marked by size/season. I send the clothes that he out grows to Spain for my friend Regina’s son.”

Closet Factory: Do you organize your baby’s clothes as “play clothes,” “dress clothes,” or by category “onesies”, “jumpers” or t-shirts”?
Sasha: “I organize by onesies, long sleeve shirts, t-shirts, sweaters etc. Dress clothes are usually hung up.”

Closet Factory: What pieces are your go-to travel pieces when packing for a getaway with your kids?
Sasha: “Onesies, his pre-packed cosmetic bag, diapers, baby books and a pacifier.”


 

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