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Adina Barbara, front row center, and her husband, Jay, right, with the model/handymen of Hott and Handy. (Courtesy of Style Network)
Adina Barbara, front row center, and her husband, Jay, right, with the model/handymen of Hott and Handy. (Courtesy of Style Network)
Posted: Tuesday January 29, 2013, 5:58 PM
Pink and Sparkling: Franklin Lakes resident gets dream closet 'Built' with the help of male models
By ELYSE TORIBIO of The Record

Cher Horowitz, eat your heart out.

The fictional It Girl from the '90s cult classic "Clueless" had a closet that was the stuff of dreams, complete with a virtual stylist that signaled when an outfit mismatched.

Adina Barbara of Franklin Lakes has a similar set-up: rows of dresses, shoes and handbags and a computerized dressing room of her own. Only her closet was built by a crew of male models, thanks to the new home improvement show "Built."

Barbara hates construction and was reluctant to do the show when initially approached, she said. She was finally persuaded when she thought of all the "girly-girl" ways her closet, a 1,000-square-foot attic space on the fourth level of her house, could be transformed.

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