Christian Audigier Lists Hancock Park Home for $8.26 Million
Christian Audigier, the fashion designer behind the Ed Hardy brand as well as his own eponymous clothing and wine labels, has put his home in the Hancock Park area of Los Angeles back on the market for $8.265 million. Audigier bought the seven-bedroom home back in 2007 for $4.78 million.
After Michael Jackson’s death, Audigier had said that he was planning to move into the Holmby Hills mansion where Jackson died. That home, owned by Roxanne and Herbert Guez, the CEO of Ed Hardy, was also listed for a time (at one point it was listed at $28.995 million) but is no longer on the market.
Many of the rooms open to the backyard which is designed for leisure.
The living room has dark hardwood floors, giant pink tufted velvet sofas draped in fur, a gilded ceiling and a glitzy pink crown over the fireplace.
Audigier’s Mediterranean-style home was built in the 1920s and measures 8,267 square feet on a .08 acre corner lot. It has been given a makeover that is in line with the designer’s flashy personal style.
The long pool is surrounded by lush tropical grounds and flanked by a pair of dual oversized cabanas