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Beer heiress (yes, that’s what she is for a living) Daphne Guinness is selling her art-filled apartment on Fifth Avenue, and she’s listed it for a whopping $14 million.
Gisele might not be a billionaire (yet) but the Brazilian supermodel sure lives like one. She and her football-playing husband just finished construction on a $20 million home in California, and are all moved in and getting settled.
Fashion-and-music lady Courtney Love is fighting back against her landlady, who is trying to evict her from her West Village townhouse for failing to pay rent and “redecorating” the place without getting permission first.
Being in fashion does not guarantee good taste — just take a look at Agyness Deyn‘s apartment!
Remember that time Lady Gaga took Anderson Cooper back to her Lower East Side apartment and the current tenant wouldn’t let her in, and all of America was just devastated, devastated that we couldn’t see the New York cubicle that made Stefani Germanotta into the Mother Monster she is today? Well, now it’s for rent.
J.Crew creative director Jenna Lyons is selling her house in Brooklyn, and as befits the sale of any multi-million dollar piece of property, there are really, really, really awesome pictures of the house online.
Manhattan real estate has been known to drive people mad, as the search for that elusive perfect apartment can take a lifetime. It helps when you have plenty of cash to spare, but even then it’s a horribly miserable process. Take Isaac Mizrahi. The super-successful designer found his dream home years ago, but was only able to snatch it up this fall.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to walk a day in Nina Garcia’s shoes, well, we can’t really help you. We can, however, show you where Marie Claire’s most famous fashion director lays her head to sleep at night. Don’t worry, we’re not creepy stalkers, it’s just that her $8.5 million pad on Manhattan’s Upper East Side is currently on the market. Let’s take a look!
The rent Lady Gaga pays on her six-bedroom mansion in Los Angeles makes what we pay for our junior one bedroom in New York look downright reasonable. Pictures of where our favorite little monster sleeps after the jump.
Last we heard Zac Posen was drawing inspiration from lesbian proms, so we’ve got to admit we’re curious about what “thing that is actually happening,” is behind his latest endeavor. And now our inner voyeur is eating up a peek at Posen’s interior turn, a definite hold-over from times when bold-faced names added up to smart investments. (You know, back before Zac was caught wheeling a red cart around Tar-jay.) Of course, now that the economy is inching its way back, it seems an apt time to unveil the Posen-decorated, super-luxe Flatiron digs in all of their over-the-top glory,