Millionaire designer Calvin Klein spent Easter Sunday shopping for groceries and buying ready-made sushi for dinner.
DailyMail.com spotted the 80-year-old fashion legend at the upscale Erewhon Market in the heart of Beverly Hills on Sunday night.
Klein made a beeline for the trendy store’s sushi section where he studied the many dinner options before settling on the shrimp roll.
Sporting his monochrome look, Klein wore a black hoodie and black track pants with gray and white Nike sneakers.
Celebrity fashion designer Calvin Klein, 80, was grocery shopping at the upscale Eriohon Market in Beverly Hills on Easter Sunday. Despite his former New Yorker’s appearance being thin and frail, he seemed to have plenty of energy as he strolled around the store unnoticed by other shoppers.
Klein got a sushi roll for $13 and a banh mi roll for $16 before checking out the precious store.
DailyMail.com spotted Klein sporting a monochromatic look, sporting a black hoodie and black sweatpants, on Sunday.
Despite his former New Yorker’s appearance being thin and frail, he seemed to have plenty of energy as he strolled around the store unnoticed by other shoppers.
He got sushi rolls for $13 and ban mi Vietnamese rolls for $16 before he walked out of the expensive store.
Klein got back into a black SUV with flashing hazard lights as a chauffeur was waiting for him in a no-parking zone on bustling Beverly Boulevard.
Erewhon has become Studio 54 for supermarkets and a spot for celebrity spotting.
Justin, Hailey Bieber, and Cate Blanchett have been photographed at this exact location in Beverly Hills for the past month alone.
The items come with a hefty price tag, but with a net worth of nearly $800 million, she probably didn’t bother Calvin Klein.
The designer made a beeline for the trendy store’s take-out sushi section as he mulled over its many options for dinner
Klein looked thin and weak, but he seemed to have a lot of energy as he walked around the store
Klein got back into a black SUV as a chauffeur was waiting for him on bustling Beverly Boulevard
Klein was once a household name with his controversial 1980 ad campaign starring then-15-year-old Brooke Shields uttering the famous line: “You know what goes on between me and my Calvins?” nothing.’
He’s been making headlines lately thanks to Shields’ Hulu documentary Pretty Baby, which premiered earlier this month.
Shields reflects on the controversial ad campaign, saying she was naive about the sexual innuendo.
“Brooke has a fresh, sexy beauty,” Klein told People magazine ahead of the documentary. When we first met, she was a teenager, two years after the filming of Pretty Baby. We were shooting jeans and wanted to say something new. Brock was just the right person – young and confident with a modern soul.
His active apparel and lingerie ad campaigns now include stars like Justin Bieber, Kaia Gerber, Kendall Jenner, Lil Nas X, and Bella Hadid and are sold all over the world.
Klein has been with his model Kevin Baker, 35, for years since their first public outing in 2016. The photo was taken together at the 2016 Future of Fashion Runway Show
Klein made headlines recently thanks to Brooke Shields’ Pretty Baby documentary on Hulu, which premiered earlier this month. The 57-year-old actress was only 15 years old when she became the face of the Calvin Klein brand.
From 1964 until 1974, Klein was married to textile designer Jane Center with whom he shares a daughter, television producer Marci Klein.
In 1986 he married his assistant Kelly Rector, with whom he was until they divorced in 2006.
In his heyday, he frequented the famous Studio 54 nightclub and was photographed with some of the biggest stars of the era.
These days he is rarely seen in public and seems to have been hanging around Los Angeles with his model for seven years.
He’s settled into life on the West Coast with longtime boyfriend Kevin Baker, 35.
The couple lives in a 9,300-square-foot mansion in the Hollywood Hills that Klein bought in 2015 for $25 million.