Tommy Hilfiger relists his penthouse at New York's Plaza Hotel for $75 million

The New York Post is reporting that fashion designer Tommy Hillier has dropped the price of his Plaza Hotel penthouse to a still-staggering $US75 million.

Hilfiger and his wife Dee Ocleppo listed the home last year for $US80 million, which at the time made it one of the most expensive homes on the market in America.

The duplex condo is located on the 18th and 19th floors of the Plaza and has five bedrooms with views of Central Park and Fifth Avenue.

It was originally marketed as a “fixer-upper” for $US50 million back in 2008, but it never sold. Now it’s back on the market after a $US20 million renovation and massive price bump.

Alyson Penn originally contributed to this story.

Welcome to Tommy Hilfiger's duplex at the top of New York's Plaza Hotel.

As you can see, the decor is quite grand. It's unclear whether the Warhol paintings actually come with the apartment.

Here is his all-American foyer.

And the kitchen has a retro 1950s style.

While the dining room is lit up by neon and gold walls.

The duplex also comes with an iconic dome ceiling over a private dining area.

We're guessing this is a children's playroom. It has the signature look of Hilfiger's brand.

And here is a bedroom that would be any teenage girl's dream.

While this one is much more masculine.

The master bedroom has a more neutral palette, but the same lavish decor.

The master bathroom looks like something out of a luxury hotel (after all, this is still The Plaza).

Of course, there's also a wood-paneled library. The wall is engraved with, 'The New York Times.'

And here is a sitting room with a fireplace, blue neon lights, and a view of Central Park.

If you head up to the roof, you get amazing views of Central Park and Fifth Avenue.

Anyone want to lend us $75 million?

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