Gloria Vanderbilt Net Worth

Gloria Vanderbilt Net Worth : $200 Million


An American Fashion Designer and Artist



Source of Wealth

Inherited, Acting, Writing

Date of Birth

February 20, 1924


Studied art at the Art Students League of New York

Marital Status




Gloria Vanderbilt’s Income & Total Net Worth

Gloria Vanderbilt, a famous American artist, heiress, actress, author and early developer of designer blue jeans, has a net worth of $ 200 million. She inherited most of her worth from her father Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt, who was the successor to the Vanderbilt Railroad Fortune. She also earned through fashion designing. She designed a line of jeans, featuring her signature and swan logo. She gave special appearances in her son’s talk shows.

Properties: Private Fortune

Gloria, known for her peculiar art work and fashion designing, inherited most of her net worth from her rich and prosperous father, who was the creator of Railroad Empire. He was also ranked America’s first millionaire. She built her fortune with her excellence in arts and fashion designing. Today, her brand (Gloria Vanderbilt) is very popular.

Gloria Vanderbilt’s Career

Gloria Vanderbilt, known for her superb acting, learned acting at “Neighbourhood Playhouse”. He got knowledge of art from “The Art Student’s League of New York”. She was acknowledged for her artwork, like watercolours, oil paintings and pastels. After that, her artwork was licensed and represented at “Margo Feiden Galleries Exhibition” in New York. She organized her first art exhibition named “Dream Boxes” in Manchester.

In 1970, she made investment in the fashion business. She built a line of shoes, jeans, blouses, leather goods and various accessories.

Workings (Novels & Memoirs)

She wrote several novels, including ‘The Memory Book of Star Faithful’, ‘Never Say Goodbye’ and ‘Obsession: An Erotic Tale’. She also wrote memoirs, like ‘Once Upon A Time: A True Story’, ‘Black Knight, White Knight’, ‘A Mother’s Story’ and ‘It Seemed Important At The Time: A Romance Memoir’.