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Angie Hill was born in a small rural town in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia. She studied pharmacy at Radford University and from there moved to Philadelphia to study fashion. While there, she was approached on the street by a modeling agent and a new career was born. She moved to Europe where she became very successful, appearing on covers of magazines such as Elle, Marie Claire, and Cosmopolitan. She worked with many of the world’s top fashion designers and photographers such as Peter Linbergh, Ellen von Unwerth, Pamela Hanson, and was a favorite of David Bailey.
While modeling in London, she met and married one of Britain's top fashion designers, John Richmond, and had two children, Phoenix and Harley D. She took time out of her career and started working with her husband as head of sales and PR. During her time there, she ensured that every major rock star and celebrity wore John Richmond’s clothing across the globe.
Angie also created her own line of maternity wear, Melon Maternity. The collection featured attractive, comfortable clothes in bold patterns and colors that could be worn by pregnant and non-pregnant women alike. The collection sold in maternity boutiques throughout the US.
She bought, sold, and renovated almost a dozen homes herself, including the Nightmare on Elm Street house which she gutted and renovated and was featured in international design magazines. She realized that working in real estate had become a passion so she decided to get her license. She started out helping friends and family and now her business is largely word of mouth and referral based.
Throughout the entire greater Los Angeles market, she has sold everything from entry level condos to multi-million-dollar homes in the hills.
Handy with power tools, part of her appeal is her post sale involvement and availability to assist her clients in everything from choosing paint colors to a full re-model.
When not helping her clients, she likes to do projects at home, from painting rocks to finding street furniture to bring back to life.