The world’s top heiresses
As featured in our September issue: The Clarins Girls, heiresses to their eponymous cosmetic conglomerate fortune, show us that while privileged – they’re not passive. Here, we take a look at the world’s top 10 heiresses and how they’re driving their family fortune and legacy:
Amanda Hearst, heiress to the Hearst Corporation fortune.
She is the associate market editor at US Marie Claire.
Visit her blog, here.
Ivanka Trump, heiress to The Trump Organisation fortune.
She’s the executive vice president of development and aquisitions of The Trump Organisation and principal of Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry.
Dylan Lauren, heiress to the Ralph Lauren fortune.
She’s the CEO and founder of Dylan’s Candy Bar, the world’s largest sweet store.
Vanisha Mittal, heiress to the Arcelor Mittal fortune.
She’s currently the director of Arcelor Mittal.
The Clarins Girls, heiresses to the Clarins fortune.
Have a look at Claire, Virginie, Jenna and Prisca’s new beauty blog, here.
Charlotte Casiraghi, Princess of Monaco and 4th in line to the throne.
She’s the grand-daughter of the late great, Grace Kelly.
Zara Philips, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II.
She’s an Olympic equestrian: Zara won silver at the recent London Games.
Tamara Ecclestone, heiress to the Ecclestone fortune.
She’s a media personality and active philanthropist.
Ariana Rockefeller, heiress to the Rockefeller fortune.
Founder and CEO of Ariana Rockefeller Designs LLC: the chevron dress she’s pictured in was inspired by Picasso’s Femme et Chien Sous un Arbre.
Interesting and enviable fact: her great-grandmother, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, helped establish New York’s Modern Museum of Art.
Georgina Bloomberg, heiress to the Bloomberg fortune.
She’s a professional equestrian.
Nikki Horsten, CT intern