Fashion It girl and society maven Lauren Santo Domingo just listed her New York City home for $7,250,000, and it's every bit as over-the-top glam as you imagine. The cofounder of Moda Operandi, an online designer retailer, and contributing editor at Vogue lived in the 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath loft in Manhattan's Flatiron district with her billionaire heir husband Andres and their two kids. The couple also owns a home in Paris, France.
The jet-setting family's lifestyle in their NYC home seems nothing short of luxurious. The swanky building's elevator opens directly into the living room, exposing 11-foot-high ceilings, oversize windows, and gorgeous hardwood floors. The sprawling 4,713 square-foot loft contains a state-of-the-art kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and the private master suite contains a spa-like bath. The home is equipped with a dressing room and walk-in closet where clothes horse Lauren could store her collection of couture goodies.
Beyond the home's architectural features, we're swooning over the Santo Domingo's colorful interior decorating. From bold-patterned wallpaper to mod geometric lighting pendants, this couple's personal style emanates from every inch of the loft. But before you fall in love with the property, be sure you can afford it. In addition to the seven figure price tag, there's also a monthly maintenance fee of $2,750 and a monthly real estate tax of $3,666. Yikes! Check out all the gorgeous details below.