We’ve got a fun one for you today, real estate watchers. The Real Estalker directed us to the listing for the home of Christian Audigier. Audigier is the fashion designer behind the Von Dutch and Ed Hardy brands and he has his own name on a variety of things from wine to a Las Vegas nightclub. After Michael Jackson’s death, Audigier had said that he was planning to move into the Holmby Hills mansion where Jackson died. But that home, owned by Roxanne and Herbert Guez (the CEO of Ed Hardy) is on the market for $28.995 million.
Audigier’s own home in Hancock Park is now on the market. He bought the 1920 Mediterranean style home in 2007 for $4.78 million. The seven-bedroom home has been given an Audigier makeover. The living room has dark hardwood floors, giant pink tufted velvet sofas draped in fur, a gilded ceiling and some sort of glitzy pink crown over the fireplace. Other rooms aren’t quite so over-the-top but the foyer does include a table that is shaped like a headless rhinoceros and outfitted with what look to be spread out coffee table books. The formal dining room and white gourmet kitchen are rather normal by comparison. The home also has a den, library, media room and an office. Several of the bedrooms are outfitted with massive beds that appear to be carved out of tufted sofas and one guest room has three beds all lined up. This home was also featured in a Los Angeles magazine article on Audigier and the photo shoot took place around the boutique hotel-style swimming pool lined with deep blue tiles with the long bar, plenty of lounge chairs, cabanas and outdoor barbecue. The home has a guest house and comes with a Rolls Royce Phantom. This home is listed at $8.299 million with Sotheby’s.