Fashion designer Eva Chow, Los Angeles
’ anointed culture queen, has once again hoisted her monumentally large Los Angeles mansion back onto the open market. The stunning, art-filled property now sports a new team of high-powered realtors and a newly improved $65 million price tag — that’s $13 million less than its original $78 million list in October 2018, and a touch below its last ask of $70 million
Located on what is arguably Los Angeles’ most expensive residential street — the same one where Formula One heiress Petra Ecclestone sold the world-famous former Spelling Manor last year to an Abu Dhabi sheikh for about $120 million — the estate was custom-built for Chow and her former husband, celebrity restaurateur Michael Chow, over the course of seven years, and completed in 2005. In the 15 years since, the mall-sized house played host to all sorts of elaborate pre-COVID bashes, entertaining the likes of Barack Obama and Kanye West within its colorful walls.