Lubov and Max Azria’s Fisher Island penthouse cuts price

Fashion designer Lubov Azria — who founded BCBG Max Azria with her late husband Max — has re-listed their Miami penthouse for $5.9 million.

The penthouse is on Fisher Island, a 216-acre private island that (according to Bloomberg) boasts the country’s wealthiest ZIP code, 33109.

Lubov Azria
Lubov AzriaPaul Bruinooge/Patrick McMullan

Lubov was chief creative officer for the company, which oversaw 20 brands, until 2016. She now helms La Boheme.

Tunisian-born Max passed away in May at age 70.

BCBG stands for the French phrase “bon chic bon genre,” a cheap-chic style that symbolized Max’s desire to “democratize” fashion and make it more affordable.

The Miami penthouse at 5363 Fisher Island Drive first went on the market in 2014 for $7 million. By 2017, it had been re-listed for $8.9 million.

The current price marks a 33 percent discount off its highest asking price. (The couple bought the property for $3.44 million in 2005.) At 5,790 square feet, it boasts four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms, two terraces and views from the Atlantic Ocean to Downtown Miami.

It also features a chef’s kitchen and movie theater. The listing brokers are Jill Eber and Jill Hertzberg, of Coldwell Banker.

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