While all those clothes, shoes and bags you bought over the years have likely limited your chances of becoming a homeowner, it has certainly helped many in the fashion industry to continue climbing up the property ladder, snapping up impressive mansions in some of the wealthiest parts of the U.S.
Here, WWD takes a look at fashion moguls’ most expensive homes currently on the market across the country.
MAX AZRIA’S L.A. MEGA-MANSION — $88M
Fashion veteran Max Azria and his wife Lubov Azria are selling their Holmby Hills mansion known as Maison Du Soleil for $88 million, making it the sixth most expensive home for sale in Los Angeles. (The highest has a $350 million price tag.)
At the same time, the Tunisian fashion designer’s 60-room mansion, which dates back to the Thirties, is also on the market as a rental for a whopping $400,000 a month.
Set on three acres, the 30,000-square-foot compound comes with 17 bedrooms, 22 bathrooms, a bathhouse and a 6,000-square-foot movie theatre.
TOM FORD’S SANTA FE RANCH — $75M
Tom Ford’s ranch in Santa Fe, N.M., which dwarfs Manhattan in size, has been on the market for $75 million since last summer.
Cerro Pelon Ranch is set on more than 20,000 acres in the Galisteo Basin and boasts breathtaking views, equestrian facilities as well as an air strip and airplane hangar.
If that’s not enough, there’s an old Western movie town, which has been used for the setting of “Cowboys and Aliens,” “Thor,” “All the Pretty Horses” and “Wild, Wild West.” It’s called Silverado Movie Town after the movie for which the set was originally built.
VINCE CAMUTO’S HAMPTONS MANSION — $72M