Harry Styles' designer reveals the artist keeps his performance looks under 24-hour surveillance in a vault

Harry Styles recently made headlines for stripping down in his latest music video for Lights Up.

As for the clothes he does wear, Styles takes extra special care to keep them in perfect condition.

His go-to designer Harris Reed recently revealed that the Sweet Creature artist keeps his costumes under 24-hour surveillance in an archive.

Fashion fanatic: Harry Styles' go-to designer Harris Reed recently revealed that the Sweet Creature artist keeps his costumes under 24-hour surveillance in an archive

Fashion fanatic: Harry Styles' go-to designer Harris Reed recently revealed that the Sweet Creature artist keeps his costumes under 24-hour surveillance in an archive 

Reed told British GQ: 'I can't say where it is located, but everything goes to an archive, somewhere in London where I am not going to disclose.'

They added: 'The clothes all have 24 hours surveillance, which you can look at via an iPad, specifically done for his outfits.'

Reed designed several of the looks for Styles' first solo tour, which the former One Direction member assured them are in safe keeping. 

They said: 'That's also what is more surreal for me. After his first solo tour that I produced 14-15 looks for – he wore about six or seven – I was wondering where the others were and he was like, 'Don't worry, they are all under surveillance.' I was like, 'Oh, that's chic.''

Vault: Reed told British GQ : 'I can't say where it is located, but everything goes to an archive'

Vault: Reed told British GQ : 'I can't say where it is located, but everything goes to an archive'

Preserved: They added: 'The clothes all have 24 hours surveillance, which you can look at via an iPad, specifically done for his outfits'

Preserved: They added: 'The clothes all have 24 hours surveillance, which you can look at via an iPad, specifically done for his outfits'

Most recently, Reed designed the blue peplum two-piece look Styles wore in his Lights Up video.

They said of the look: 'I was in [The Bowery Hotel] bar, so I asked the barman for a napkin and I did a chicken scratch drawing and sent it back to Harry right away.

'He was like, 'This is perfect.' It was so easy and clean and it reminds me a bit of David Bowie's 'Dog Days' but more sparkly and upbeat and less linen and long hair.'

In addition to the bold look, Styles also strips down for the video, which features a sweaty naked dance party.

Bowie vibes: Most recently, Reed designed the blue peplum two-piece look Styles wore in his Lights Up video

Bowie vibes: Most recently, Reed designed the blue peplum two-piece look Styles wore in his Lights Up video

Naked dance party: In addition to the bold look, Styles also strips down for the video, which features a sweaty naked dance party

Naked dance party: In addition to the bold look, Styles also strips down for the video, which features a sweaty naked dance party

Best debut: The new track recently earned him his best debut on Billboard's Streaming Songs chart, starting at No. 13

Best debut: The new track recently earned him his best debut on Billboard's Streaming Songs chart, starting at No. 13

The new track recently earned him his best debut on Billboard's Streaming Songs chart, starting at No. 13. 

A homeless man named Pablo Tarazaga-Orero was recently given a restraining order after he was found guilty of stalking Styles.

So perhaps Styles' extra measures to keep his clothes safe and preserved aren't as paranoid as they seem.

Number one fan: A homeless man named Pablo Tarazaga-Orero was recently given a restraining order after he was found guilty of stalking Styles

Number one fan: A homeless man named Pablo Tarazaga-Orero was recently given a restraining order after he was found guilty of stalking Styles

Harry Styles keeps his performance looks under 24-hour surveillance in 'cryogenically frozen' vault

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