Anne Hathaway loves to step outside in big movie star sunglasses for a little anonymity, but her shades were no match for her former Brooklyn, New York, loft with husband Adam Shulman.
Anne recently sold her pad in the swank Dumbo Clocktower building for $4.25 million because the NY Post reported that the apartment was too big and she felt “too visible” in it, according to a source. Well, with the stunning panoramic views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and the Manhattan skyline, we’d have to agree — but very, very, very reluctantly so.
Fast fashion powerhouse eCommerce site, Nasty Gal, has launched a vertical that’s just for your home. Keeping in touch with their California-cool vibe, here are our favorite ten finds that are perfectly bohemian and fun.
If you’ll always have a soft spot in your heart for Sex and the City and Samantha Jones’s amazing flair for life, sex and stunning real estate, take a look at this beachfront pad. The Malibu, California, property is on the rental market for $100,000 per month and was Samantha and Smith Jerrod’s home in the first Sex and the City movie.
You know, the place where Sam covered her naked body in sushi on the kitchen counter and had to break Smith’s heart in the living room?
Take a look:
There’s nothing wrong with grabbing Italian food and alternating between watching action films and romantic comedies, but shaking up your going-out routine with an extreme date night can be the ultimate turn on and the best way to keep your relationship exciting.
We were more than a little jealous when Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi purchased the Brody House in Holmby Hills, California, earlier this year for $40 million, but now we have someone else to be envious of — a very famous techie billionaire, to be exact. Ellen and Portia renovated the home and recently flipped it to Napster founder Sean Parker for a cool $55 million.
The home was built in 1949 by famed Modernist design leaders architect A. Quincy Jones, interior designer Billy Haines and landscape architect Garrett Eckbo — but what we really want to know is who was behind the ram doorknocker idea?