New Yorkers are paying $300 to have someone fold their clothes for them

Ryan Glick, of Coffee and ClothesRyan Glick.Sarah Jacobs

Two stylists working with a new startup called Fitz recently paid a visit to Ryan Glick’s messy closet.

Fitz is a new closet-cleaning and styling service started by Gilt cofounder Alexandra Wilkis Wilson and Fandango founder J. Michael Cline.

But 27-year-old Glick, who has worked with various fashion brands for his media platform Coffee ‘N Clothes for the past three years, didn’t quite need the fashion advice. He’s received a lot of free gear from co-sponsored events with brands like Nike, Adidas, and Supreme, and he has simply accumulated too many shoes, T-shirts, and hoodies.

Glick would like to buy more stuff, but finding enough space — especially in a Manhattan apartment — can be tricky. So he recently booked a complimentary appointment with Fitz, whose services include curating the items in your closet, or, for clients like Glick who already know their personal style, simply fold and organize the mess for $300. It’s currently available only in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.

Ahead, take a look at how they helped Glick’s closet go from catastrophe to well-groomed masterpiece.

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