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May 6, 2013 | By Lauren Beale, This post has been corrected. Please see below for details.
The Beverly Hills home of the late menswear, jewelry and fragrance mogul Bijan Pakzad reportedly has sold for $9.8 million. [For the record, 12:05 p.m. May 6: An earlier version of this post and headline incorrectly said that Bijan Pakzad's home sold for nearly $12 million. That was its asking price. ] Built in 1993, the gated Italianate villa is a showcase of his style with bold primary color interiors, monochromatic-themed rooms and a chandelier made of his signature perfume bottles in the formal dining room.
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May 6, 2013 | By Lauren Beale, This post has been corrected. Please see below for details.
The Beverly Hills home of the late menswear, jewelry and fragrance mogul Bijan Pakzad reportedly has sold for $9.8 million. [For the record, 12:05 p.m. May 6: An earlier version of this post and headline incorrectly said that Bijan Pakzad's home sold for nearly $12 million. That was its asking price. ] Built in 1993, the gated Italianate villa is a showcase of his style with bold primary color interiors, monochromatic-themed rooms and a chandelier made of his signature perfume bottles in the formal dining room.
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MAGAZINE
April 4, 1993
Because he was born on 4-4-44 and because he's all wrapped up in his children, Daniela, Nicolas and Alexandra, Beverly Hills retailer Bijan Pakzad introduces his new fragrance, DNA, today: 4-4-93. Primarily a floral with earthy notes of myrrh and sandalwood, the scent is a bargain when compared with Bijan's signature scent, which sells for $400 an ounce. DNA is priced at a mere $250 per ounce.
BUSINESS
June 8, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
The Beverly Hills home of menswear, jewelry and fragrance mogul Bijan Pakzad has come on the market at $11.995 million. Built in 1993, the gated Italianate villa is a showcase of his style with bold primary color interiors, monochromatic-themed rooms and a chandelier made of his signature perfume bottles in the formal dining room. The 12,016 square feet of living space includes a marble-counter bar in the family room, a sweeping central staircase, a step-down living room, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 5, 2003 | Mimi Avins, Times Staff Writer
The global economy is down and the stock markets have cratered, but step for a moment into a parallel universe where the very wealthy continue to cavort as if the bubble hadn't burst. This is where Bijan lives. For nearly 30 years, Bijan Pakzad, better known by his first name, or, as he prefers to be called, Mr. Bijan, has sold what he proudly describes as "the most expensive menswear in the world" from his lavish Beverly Hills shop.
BUSINESS
June 8, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
The Beverly Hills home of menswear, jewelry and fragrance mogul Bijan Pakzad has come on the market at $11.995 million. Built in 1993, the gated Italianate villa is a showcase of his style with bold primary color interiors, monochromatic-themed rooms and a chandelier made of his signature perfume bottles in the formal dining room. The 12,016 square feet of living space includes a marble-counter bar in the family room, a sweeping central staircase, a step-down living room, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 2011 | By Christopher Goffard, Los Angeles Times
Bijan Pakzad, an Iranian American designer of jewelry, fragrances and luxury menswear who ran a Beverly Hills boutique and was renowned as clothier to some of the world's most powerful men, died Saturday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, his family said. Pakzad's family maintained he was 67 despite some public records that listed his age as 71. Pakzad suffered a stroke while working Thursday and was rushed to the hospital but never recovered, said his 19-year-old son, Nicolas Bijan Pakzad.
NEWS
November 14, 1996 | BEVERLY BEYETTE
America's locker rooms may soon smell not of sweaty socks but of grapefruit, geraniums and green tea. Michael Jordan, 33, who plays in the NBA when he's not pitching Gatorade and Air Jordans or co-starring with Bugs Bunny in a major motion picture, has bottled his persona. In town recently to kick off a $20-million promotional blitz for Michael Jordan, the cologne, the charismatic Chicago Bull said he'd been in on creating the scent from the first sniff.
BUSINESS
July 1, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Actor Pierce Brosnan and his wife, Keely Shaye Smith, are joining in one of coastal Malibu's summer rituals — putting their home up for lease. They have listed Orchid House at $250,000 a month. Just in case the renters scuff up the newly built 13,000-square-foot place, a $750,000 security deposit is required. Set on 120 feet of beachfront, the Thai and Balinese-influenced contemporary features high ceilings, walls of glass, a screening room with a bar, a music room, a library, a wine cellar, a Japanese-style soaking tub, a sauna, a steam room, a cold plunge tub and a gym. There are three master suites for a total of four bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
BUSINESS
June 6, 1989 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
It's taking fingers longer every year to walk through the Iranian Yellow Pages. Eight years ago, Sohrab Rostamian and Bijan Khalili, who fled their homeland amid Iran's revolutionary chaos in the late 1970s, published a 96-page telephone directory of businesses owned by the growing number of Iranian refugees in Southern California. This year, the Iranian Yellow Pages is 848 pages long, listing about 1,600 businesses and professionals. The number of Iranian dentists, for example, that are listed in the book has climbed from six to 91. Rostamian and Khalili have set up a 411-like information service to give callers telephone numbers of Iranian businesses in their native Farsi language.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 2011 | By Christopher Goffard, Los Angeles Times
Bijan Pakzad, an Iranian American designer of jewelry, fragrances and luxury menswear who ran a Beverly Hills boutique and was renowned as clothier to some of the world's most powerful men, died Saturday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, his family said. Pakzad's family maintained he was 67 despite some public records that listed his age as 71. Pakzad suffered a stroke while working Thursday and was rushed to the hospital but never recovered, said his 19-year-old son, Nicolas Bijan Pakzad.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 5, 2003 | Mimi Avins, Times Staff Writer
The global economy is down and the stock markets have cratered, but step for a moment into a parallel universe where the very wealthy continue to cavort as if the bubble hadn't burst. This is where Bijan lives. For nearly 30 years, Bijan Pakzad, better known by his first name, or, as he prefers to be called, Mr. Bijan, has sold what he proudly describes as "the most expensive menswear in the world" from his lavish Beverly Hills shop.
MAGAZINE
April 4, 1993
Because he was born on 4-4-44 and because he's all wrapped up in his children, Daniela, Nicolas and Alexandra, Beverly Hills retailer Bijan Pakzad introduces his new fragrance, DNA, today: 4-4-93. Primarily a floral with earthy notes of myrrh and sandalwood, the scent is a bargain when compared with Bijan's signature scent, which sells for $400 an ounce. DNA is priced at a mere $250 per ounce.
BUSINESS
June 18, 1989 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
It's taking fingers longer every year to walk through the Iranian Yellow Pages. Eight years ago, Sohrab Rostamian and Bijan Khalili, who fled their homeland amid Iran's revolutionary chaos in the late 1970s, published a 96-page telephone directory of businesses owned by the growing number of Iranian refugees in Southern California. This year, the Iranian Yellow Pages is 848 pages long, listing about 1,600 businesses and professionals. The number of Iranian dentists, for example, that are listed in the book has climbed from six to 91. Rostamian and Khalili have set up a 411-like information service to give callers telephone numbers of Iranian businesses in their native Farsi language.
NEWS
January 8, 1988 | BETTY GOODWIN
. . . and buy a decent suit. You can't come in here looking like this. Go to my tailor and tell him I sent you. --Gordon Gekko to Bud Fox in the movie "Wall Street" Once again, the worlds of fashion and cinema converge. Has Oliver Stone's hit movie "Wall Street" prompted a run on custom-tailored suits? No, not exactly.
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