It would be fitting that the purveyor of the cheesiest fashion to hit the world since Hammer pants would be putting his Hancock Park home back on the market at a discount.

After all, Christian Audigier's Von Dutch, Ed Hardy and eponymous labels are widely available, often at more than half-off their original prices, at your local discount clothier (Marshall's, Ross, TJ Maxx).

That's why we were a little disappointed the French master of tattoo script, glued-on rhinestones and thorny-rose imagery didn't cut deeper into his price and just mark his casa with a “clearance” tag.

No, according to Curbed LA, the residence's asking price has only gone from $8.299 million to $8.265 million.

Really.; Credit: Redfin

Really.; Credit: Redfin

The seven bed, seven bath place is decorated with a fox fur bead and comes complete with a Rolls-Royce Phantom.

(They say L.A. is shallow and cheesy, but if you look closely its always people who aren't from here who give us a bad name — and we're not just talking about Mexicans).

This shirt is listed for $119 at Ed Hardy online: We'd pay that much not to have to look at it.; Credit: edhardyshop.com

This shirt is listed for $119 at Ed Hardy online: We'd pay that much not to have to look at it.; Credit: edhardyshop.com

Beefy, L.A. bridge-and-tunnel types with spiky hair drinking shots of Patron don't come with the home and will thus will cost you extra.

[Read Laurie Pike's awesome profile of Audigier for Los Angeles magazine here].

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