Iconic fashion designer Calvin Klein has sold his Miami Beach mega mansion, including chic furnishings and antiques by world-renowned designer Axel Vervoordt, for a glitzy $13.15 million. The 5,800-square-foot home was built in 1929, has five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, an infinity pool, two garages, and space to dock a yacht. The home contains an open floor plan with minimalist furniture and antiques from Italy and Morocco—in tones as neutral as that of his apparel, Spanish-style arches, a balcony, a dome kitchen and has its own private courtyard. One of its most striking features is a private dock and infinity pool overlooking the Biscayne Bay. The 74-year-old originally listed the expansive home for $16M in 2015, after purchasing the beach pad 10 years ago.
Photography: Douglas Elliman Real Estate