Fashion designer Hedi Slimane seeks $17.5 million for chic Beverly Hills home
Hedi Slimane, who has served as the creative director for Dior Homme, Saint Laurent and now Celine, is hoping his Beverly Hill home is in vogue after listing it for $17.5 million.
The property’s chic style is fitting for the fashion director, who bought it nine years ago for $4.1 million. Midcentury architect Rex Lotery designed the home in 1961, but after a recent remodel, it wears a more modern vibe.
Through gates, a palm-lined walkway leads into the home, past hammocks and a reflecting pool. The indoor-outdoor floor plan is all clean lines, with five bedrooms and six bathrooms in 4,562 square feet.
Highlights include a living room under high ceilings, a dining room, a chef’s kitchen and an office. Walls of glass let in light and views of a landscaped backyard with a swimming pool. The grounds span half an acre.
Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency holds the listing.
After serving as creative director for Dior Homme and Yves Saint Laurent, Slimane took the same position at Celine earlier this year. Last month, Vanity Fair France named him the most influential French person in the world in 2018.
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