New York's Royal Families: Meet the City's Top Heiresses

These women have it all: fame, fortune and the good looks to match. Meet the daughters of the city's moneyed movers and shakers who round out our list of New York's top heiresses.

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Meet the daughters of the city's moneyed movers and shakers who round out our list of New York's top heiresses. Ivanka Trump, 28, is the daughter of real-estate developer- turned-TV personality Donald Trump. Ivanka is the vice president of real estate development at the Trump Organization. She is married to Jared Kushner and they own a two-bedroom apartment at the Trump Park Avenue, which she bought in 2004 for $1.5 million.
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Alexandria "Ally" Hilfiger, 25, is the daughter of Tommy Hilfiger, but took her own rise to fame when she stared in the MTV reality show "Rich Girls." She has designed clothes with her dad since she was 11 and continues to work in fashion. She also experimented with art and her work was featured in an exhibit at The Chelsea Art Museum in 2008.
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Lauren Remington Platt is the 25-year-old heiress of Remington Arms, which was founded by her great-grandfather Marcellus Hartley Dodge. This model-turned-financial analyst is reportedly the inspiration behind Black Sweater, Jamie Johnson's clothing line. Lauren graduated from Columbia University and is applying to get her M.B.A.
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Aerin Lauder Zinterhofer, 40, is the senior vice president and creative director at Estee Lauder, the cosmetic company started by her grandmother in 1946. Aerin and her husband, Eric, live in the Upper East Side with their two children, Will and Jack. They spend weekends in East Hampton at Estee's mansion.
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Anna Anisimova is a model and the daughter of Vassily Anisimov, a Russian billionaire. This 25-year old bought a $15 million apartment at the Time Warner Center in Manhattan and is often referred to in the media as the Russian Paris Hilton.
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Dylan Lauren, the daughter of designer Ralph Lauren, didn't follow in her father's footsteps in the fashion industry and instead went into the candy business. She was inspired by the movie "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" to open Dylan's Candy Bar in New York and now has five stores throughout the U.S.
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Georgina Bloomberg, 27, is the younger daughter of Mayor Michael Bloomberg. She is a pro horseback rider and once wore a $1,600 dress while riding. Georgina recently graduated from NYU with an art degree and founded Rider's Closet, a supplier of secondhand riding clothes for those who can't afford them.
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Chelsea Clinton was thrust into the limelight at 12-years old when her father, former President Bill Clinton, was sworn into office. Now, at the age of 30, she is living in New York and making $250,000 working at Marc Lasry's hedge fund. She married her longtime boyfriend, investment banker Marc Mezvinksy, in July.
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Amanda Hearst, 26, is a model and the great-granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst, who made his fortune in publishing and left behind an empire that is still raking in dough. In 2004, Harper's Bazaar calculated how much she spends on her personal upkeep, which came to $136,360 every year.
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Jaime Lee Gleicher, 25, is the daughter of the late Leo Gleicher, founder of Innovation Luggage. She produced and co-stared in the MTV reality series "Rich Girls." She is actively pursuing her acting career while working with various charities throughout New York, including Broadway Cares.
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