Frank Ocean and Kim Kardashian Have Six Degrees of Seperation
naughty boy frankie.
i love that supreme hoodie.
so i guess that night after the met ball was a smashing success?
lowkey: frankie is coming up with the body now, huh?
According to the mag, Kardashian’s first Met Gala experience was a “nightmare” because “some online commenters” speculated that her boyfriend is “in a romantic relationship with the man who designed her controversial dress, Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci.” A so-called “friend” tells the tab, “Kim freaked out. If it turns out Kanye is involved with Riccardo, she will be utterly embarrassed — more so than she’s ever been in her life.”In Touch writes, “There are some facts Kim can’t deny,” noting, “Kanye has spent her entire pregnancy living close to Riccardo in the French capital… And Riccardo recently purchased an apartment less than half a mile from Kanye’s in NYC’s Soho neighborhood.” “Kanye is obsessed with Riccardo,” reveals another supposed “insider” for the rag, who adds, “They have a very deep bond.” The fake source claims, “They spend a lot of time together at Kanye’s apartment.”
Artist Marina Abramovic, the grandmother of performance art, has been all over the Soho real estate market lately. Last summer she sold a loft at 70 Grand Street for $3.2 million, and just last month she purchased a $2.65 million apartment in Soho’s Urban Glass House. And in a deal that just hit public record yesterday, spotted by Coopsales.com, she sold another piece of property: the pooltastic townhouse at 54 King Street. The buyer is fashion designer Riccardo Tisci, who is paying $3.063 million for the house. (It was asking $5.79 million in 2011.)
One reason the place might have sold at a discount is that it’s currently configured as a two-family house, according to the most recent listing. How those two halves differ:
“This 21′ wide property features a modern and minimalist-inspired lower half with high ceilings and loft-like rooms facing the back garden complete with a full-sized heated swimming pool and rare Japanese landscaping details. Limestone floors, a sleek kitchen and exquisite bathrooms are complemented by the floor to ceiling south-facing glass windows allowing for streaming natural light. The upper unit is comprised of living/dining/kitchen on one level, and bedrooms with a large private terrace on the other.