Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom‘s relationship is over, but they’re still tied together by one unfortunate circumstance: robbery. At the beginning of March, the couple cleared out the home they once shared. After the process was complete, Khloe discovered that tons of valuable items were missing, but the plot thickens.
You wanna see where all that “Welcome to Miami” and Men in Black money went? Look no further than Will and Jada (Pinkett) Smith’s California dream home. The couple shares a sprawling 25,000 square foot Malibu mansion with their kids Trey (from Will’s first marriage), Jaden and Willow. The adobe structure “was always a spiritual endeavor,” says Jada. “We’re very earthy, organic people. We wanted to create a family retreat, something made by hand and as natural as possible, something that ties back to the land.”
What Jada forgot to mention is that this place is HUGE. There is an outdoor living room and a lake with a gazebo, where, Will says, “Answers come to me out there.” Of course they do — you’re in a million dollar gazebo in the middle of a man-made lake. Check out the slide-show over at Architectural Digest — just be sure to do it sitting somewhere other than your tiny, dingy home.
[Photo: Architectural Digest]
Not even a day has passed since Gwyneth Paltrow announced that she’d be authoring a cookbook and already there’s another reason we’re seething with animosity toward the star, although this time it’s a jealous rage. See, Gwyneth spends the majority of her time in London these days in a 33-room house she and husband Chris Martin have been renovated and expanding since they purchased it in 2004. But she and Martin also own a 4,400 square foot pad in Manhattan which has just been completely renovated and the pictures, released today, are really something else.
The apartment, located in Tribeca, is amazing and huge and all-white (because when you have two young kids, why not, right?) and it’s like a softly-lit wonderland. We wouldn’t have made every room white, but that kitchen is to die for and certainly beats the Ikea island with a bum wheel we call our countertop. Click through all the pics to see how the the smugger half lives.