Russell and Kimora Lee Simmons are throwing the most Def garage sale in history.
The hip-hop mogul and his reality-TV star ex-wife opened up their recently sold New Jersey mansion yesterday for a massive, everything-must-go sale.
The offerings included everything from a $200,000 designer bed to a $20 doggie bed.
Signs posted throughout the home warned visitors, "If you break it, you bought it."
Shoppers' jaws dropped when they spotted items such as a $12,000 pool table, a $12,000 Persian rug, a $20,000 pair of brass lion statues and two couches from the South Beach home of the late Gianni Versace that went for $7,500 each.
"I've never seen anything like this before," said Gemma Coccioli, who dropped $20 each for a doggie bed with leopard-print cushion and a skeleton statue.
"How cool for me to tell people that Kimora owned this."
Russell Simmons, co-founder od Def Jam records and the Phat Farm clothing line, and Kimora, creative director of the Baby Phat fashion line, divorced last year. Last month, they sold their stately Saddle River home for $13.9 million.
Although the house on Fox Hedge Road has become famous as the backdrop of Kimora's Style Network show, "Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane," it fetched only a fraction of its original asking price of $23.8 million.