Hit the Follow Button: 5 Well-Dressed Heiresses Who Share Their Style on Social Media - Lookbook

There are quite a few reality TV stars on this list.

Money can’t buy style. But when you’re an heiress with good taste, you can prove it can—literally.

From one Manila-bred heiress studying fashion to a Chinese-American billionaire’s daughter posting luxury hauls on YouTube, here are the fashionable well-to-do women with a keen eye for personal style.

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Jaime Xie

The Bling Empire cast member is the daughter of Ken Xie, a Chinese-American billionaire businessman who founded tech firms Systems Integration Solutions, NetScreen, and Fortinet. In her appearances on the reality show, which revolves around the lives of wealthy Asians living in Los Angeles, Xie’s love for fashion is evident. 

Dubbed by Vogue as the Netflix series’ “most fashionable star,” she tells the publication where her passion roots from: “I was looking at Style.com and seeing all the pictures from the runway shows. I wasn’t attending any of them just yet, but I loved seeing what the designers came up with.”

Now, with the fame garnered through Bling Empire, Xie is regularly invited to major fashion weeks. The 24 year old has sat front row at Valentino, Prada, Versace, and Laquan Smith.  

Xie also has a YouTube channel where shares luxury designer hauls from shopping in Balenciaga, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, to name a few.

Dorothy Wang

Another fashion-loving heiress-turned-reality-star is Dorothy Wang. The star of E!’s Rich Kids of Beverly Hills from 2014 appeared alongside Morgan Stewart, the daughter of successful luxury architect, Herb Stewart and NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson’s son, Ej. 

According to Forbes, Wang’s father, Roger, has an estimated net worth of $3.5 billion. His fortune is from helming real estate firm  Golden Eagle International, which builds shopping centers and office buildings in China.

Ariana Rockefeller

The great-great-granddaughter of US business magnate, John D., has reportedly inherited $2.8 billion. She serves as a board member at her father, David’s, eponymous nonprofit that grants funds for humanity’s “well-being.” 

This year, the foundation gave $5 million toward providing at-home COVID testing kits to Americans. However, through fashion, Rockefeller has done philanthropic work on her own. 

She owns a namesake handbag label that’s inspired equestrianism—a sport she actively competes in. A portion of every purchase, a bag costs between $695 to $2,300, goes to the Humane Society of the United States.

Rocio Zobel

The heiress’ father, Inigo, has a net worth of $1 billion, according to Forbes.Majority of his fortune spans from his stake in Southeast Asia’s San Miguel corporation. In addition, he also has a stake in Ayala, the family’s listed conglomerate in the real estate, finance, telecom, and healthcare sectors. 

Zobel grew up in Manila and is active in social media with 38,800 followers on Instagram. While she shares her looks while traveling globally, it’s not a surprise that the 19 year old is taking her love for clothing to a professional level. 

She’s currently taking up fashion design and photography at New York’s Parsons School of Design. At the same time, she’ll be releasing Cala, a swimwear line she’ll be designing herself.

Ally Hilfiger

Naturally, the daughter of multimillionaire American designer Tommy Hilfiger has an inclination to style. From 2003 to 2004, she starred in MTV’s reality show Rich Girls

Similar to Bling Empire and the Rich Kids of Beverly Hills, the series followed Hilfiger and her then-best friend Jaime Gleicher (who’s father is the late Leo Gleicher, the successful founder of Innovation Luggage and then head of Gleicher Enterprises), as they partook in New York’s well-to-do social circles. 

Banner photo from @jaimiexie on Instagram.

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