The designer Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Dee allowed “The Coveteur” to take a look inside of their lavish Manhattan home, closets and at their carefully curated art collection featuring pieces from Warhol’s and
Basquiat's to Keith Haring’s and Richard Prince pieces. As you'd expect from two successful fashion entrepreneurs, it is pretty luxurious and a testament to contemporary American style.
The home features four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Also portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor by Andy Warhol hang on the walls, which is worth $50million. There are also framed family portraits, shot by Annie Leibovitz.
The couple also shares a surprising love for Christian Loubiton shoes, and although Tommy shies away from the stilettos, the designer still has an admirable collection of red bottoms.