Iconic Designer Michael Kors Gives A ‘Cribs’ Style Tour Of His Sick Greenwich Village Apartment

by 6 months ago

If you have endless sums of money then there really isn’t a better place to live than New York City.

It’s the center of the universe, the cultural and financial capital of America. You can eat at the world’s best restaurants (Eleven Madison Park, Cosme, Le Bernardin, etc) and when you’re done you can go crush cocktails at the best mixology bars on the planet.

If you want to get out of the city you can pay for a luxury car to pick you up at your front door, drive you to a heliport, take a helicopter to the airport, and hop on a private jet to anywhere in the world. As I said above, when you’re rich there are few places better to be than New York.

If you’re like me and moved to New York straight out of college then you probably only ever whiffed what life is like for the super-rich, but even though you were living paycheck to paycheck in the city it was always fascinating to see how great the wealthy had it. One of those guys living the dream in NYC is designer Michael Kors who has an estimated net worth of around $1 billion as of 2018.

For the latest installment of ‘Open Door’ on the Architectural Digest YouTube channel (a modern version of MTV’s Cribs), Michael Kors gives a tour of his Greenwich Village condo.

Kors is a man who probably owns multiple condos in the city. He also recently built a multi-million dollar mansion out on Longboat Key in my hometown of Sarasota that has TWO panic rooms from what I’ve heard…There’s nothing he can’t afford, and as you can imagine, the sickest room in his house is the closet, a closet that’s larger than my entire apartment was:

I lived just on the edge of Greenwich Village for about 4 years, just across Houston in SoHo, so I thoroughly respected seeing how much better his life was than mine. But his condo’s also got nothing on some of these other spots:

Zedd’s $16 Million L.A. Mansion Has A Room Just For Sneakers And A Machine That Dispenses Skittles


Take A Look Inside Tommy Hilfiger’s $50 Million Penthouse In New York’s Plaza Hotel

I would live in al three. I’m not picky like that.

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