It comes as no surprise that boxing champion-turned-senator Manny Pacquiao and his fashionista wife Jinkee Pacquiao each have their own walk-in closets in their three-story multimillion-peso Forbes Park mansion.
They have enough money to burn, after all.
As seen in YES! Magazine’s January 2018 issue, their his-and-hers walk-in closets are just two of many special rooms in the well-appointed Pacquiao abode.
The entertainment glossy YES!, an affiliate of PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) until mid-2018, had an exclusive house shoot of the Forbes Park residence of the Pacquiaos.
Here, PEP shows Jinkee’s and Manny's awesome stylish closets.
First, the clothes room of the lady of the house.
Bags and folded clothes are properly stacked inside cabinets, but many clothes and shoes are outside the cabinets, hanging lined up against the wall in an orderly fashion.
Clearly, there is an overflow of these designer outfits and footwear, and even the custom-made walk-in closet just did not have enough space for all the cabinets needed for them.
Installed in her cabinet doors are motion-sensor lights that turn on automatically when the cabinet is used.
Shades of pink pop out of the generally white walls and a pink-printed carpet rests in the middle of the room.
A slender open shelf showcases Jinkee’s collection of eyewear, which, as her pictures show, she likes using.
On top of the shelf are her portraits.
Orange boxes are also stored underneath and above cabinets. These are boxes of Hermes products that the lady of the house has acquired, or has been given, over the years.
A large dresser—paired with the famous Louis Ghost chair designed by Philippe Starck—occupies the far end of the room perpendicular to Jinkee’s collection of bags.
The island cabinet is used to store various accessories, from bangles to rings to neck pieces to earrings.
Located just outside the bathroom entrance is Jinkee’s personal shampoo chair, ready for use for her hair treatments.
Meanwhile, over in Manny’s corner, the walk-in closet appears to be a tad more modest but not any less stylish than that of his wife’s.
The room has mirrored sliding doors and an island storage for accessories, with a built-in seat for the master of the house whenever he puts on one of his tens of pairs of shoes.
In this walk-in closet, clothes are also neatly arranged and organized, with neckties and belts hung on the cabinet wall in the entryway to the room.
Senator Pacquiao’s collection of designer shoes is also inside the bathroom, lying in the open for lack of storage space.