L.A. has gone ga-ga over Ya-Ya, and now the designer who created the sportswear line hopes to sell her Hollywood Hills home, just listed at $3,995,000.


Fashionista Yael Aflalo is selling a 1930s New England traditional, remodeled in 2007 by the Los Angeles-based design firm Commune. The five-bedroom seven-bathroom home is set back from the street by a large, gated motor court. The public rooms open to European gardens. There is a saltwater pool, marble statues and topiary gardens. The 5,889-square-foot home has hardwood floors, an art studio, gym and home theater.

Aflalo's clothing line, "Ya-Ya," is sold in boutiques and department stores in 10 countries. Aflalo, born in Los Angeles in 1977, has been designing apparel commercially since she was 20.

Samuel Aflalo of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills South office, is the listing agent.

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