James Perse

Clothing Designer James Perse Lists Bird Street Home

Sitting in the highly desirable Bird Streets section of the Hollywood Hills, fashion designer James Perse lists his updated mid-century modern home. The listing accurately describes the home as, "This modern oasis exemplifies the Southern California lifestyle: floor-to-ceiling walls of glass provide abundant light and seamless indoor-outdoor flow." The property was remodeled into an open loft like space with light wood flooring throughout, clean lines, and walls of glass out to the stunning pool area. The home is gated, private, and is on a rare flat third of an acre in a prime location. It does not have a lot of bedrooms (just one), but for the right buyer, the property is exquisite and is not to be missed. The property definitely resembles the owner's clothing brand's aesthetic and stores, and is even decked out in James Perse own Furniture Line, which can be included in the sale or lease should a buyer/leasee desire. If you are a fan of the owner's brand and the lifestyle, now is your chance to really own and live it.

1432 Oriole Dr, Hollywood Hills

$3,750,000 or lease for $14,500/mo 1 Bed 1.5 Bath 2,235 Sq. Ft 15,750 Lot Sq. Ft

Listing & Photos courtesy of Jonah Wilson - Hilton & Hyland

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James Perse Brings Furniture Line to the PDC

James Perse, the purveyor of laid back California cool clothing, has extended the brand to include furniture. The furniture line has been in place for awhile now, but the opening of a new showroom at the Pacific Design Center this week, is the first furniture "retail store" for the company. There was a welcome party that I unfortunately didn't make last night at the new showroom. The line is very minimalist with soft fabrics, and works as a natural extension of the clothing line. Also, if you have ever been to one of the James Perse boutiques, it is clear that they are serious about architecture and design, and the furniture line is a nice progression. There are four categories of furniture; including, Malibu Collection, Nor Cal Collection, Los Angeles Collection, and the Brentwood Collection. Personally, I like the outdoor furniture of the Malibu Collection, especially the Carbon Chaise Lounge (first picture above) the best. The company has a celebrity following already from the clothing line, so I suspect that the furniture line will do well, especially in coastal "beachy" type places, like Malibu where the company's flagship store exists.