An icon of the fashion world is looking to unload his Beverly Hills home.
Hedi Slimane, the French creative director for luxury brand Celine, has listed his 4,600-square-foot home in the Trousdale Estates part of Beverly Hills for $17.5 million, the Los Angeles Times reported. Slimane has called the half-acre property home since he bought it in 2009 for $4.1 million.
The house on Maytor Place has five bedrooms and six bathrooms, and includes reflecting pools and ponds. Architect Rex Lotery designed the home in 1961, and it was remodeled in 1978.
Trousdale Estates is where some of the most expensive celebrity estates reside. Bernard Arnault, the chief executive of luxury good company LVMH, purchased a 2.8-acre lot in the Trousdale Estates for $30 million in November. And in October, the former home of actor Billy Dee Williams was listed for $13 million.
Vanity Fair has named Slimane the most influential French person in the world. Before taking over at Celine, he served as creative director for Dior Homme and Saint Laurent.
Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency holds the listing. [LAT] — Gregory Cornfield