This fashion mogul is once again trying to offload his lakefront estate.
Tommy Hilfiger, founder of the eponymous design company, has put his Mediterranean-style Florida mansion back on the market, Mansion Global first reported.
Hilfiger, 72, and his wife, the designer and former model Dee Ocleppo, 56, first tried to sell the 5,000-plus-square-foot property this past September, initially seeking $39.7 million before reducing the ask to $37.9 million — and then removing the home from the market.
Now, the three-bedroom, four-bathroom Palm Beach abode is back looking for a buyer, for $35.9 million.
The power pair purchased the property for $21 million back in June 2021.
“We fell in love with this home and the fact that it was on the lake and on the lake trail,” Ocleppo told Architectural Digest for a profile of the residence, which overlooks the Lake Worth Lagoon, last August. “Palm Beach is so green and so lush year-round. Every time someone gives us an orchid plant, they’re never thrown out; they’re attached to a tree.”
After moving in, the couple immediately undertook a renovation of the space with the help of designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
“The first thing we wanted to do, though, was lighten and brighten,” Hilfiger told the publication at the time. “The wood was mahogany and cherry. All the windows had blinds on them, blocking the light. There was a lot of art, patterned drapes, patterned wallpaper, patterned furniture. Paisleys, florals, Oriental carpets. We did a clean sweep.”
Inside, the home features an entry foyer, a formal dining room, a living room with a cypress ceiling and a coral stone fireplace — plus a primary suite with dual bathrooms, a sitting room and two lake-facing balconies.
Outside, there’s a large fireplace-equipped courtyard, a columned loggia, a summer kitchen and a pool with tropical landscaping.
Christian J. Angle of Christian Angle Real Estate holds the listing — and was unavailable for comment.