Fashion & Finance: The 5 Most Glamorous Businesswomen In The World
From pioneering work to handling some of the biggest players in the business, fashion and technology world, they have done it all
They are powerful beyond compare with millions to their name and astounding accomplishments. From pioneering work to handling some of the biggest players in the business, fashion and technology world, they have done it all. Here are our picks for the most glamorous businesswomen in the world.
Miz Banks is a modelling legend and a luminary, being the first African-American woman to have appeared on the covers of GQ and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She has also been a Victoria’s Secret Angel and was also one of the world’s top-earning models during the early 2000s. She has been the presenter and executive producer of America’s Next Top Model and also had her own talk show, The Tyra Banks Show. That’s not all – Banks also founded Tyra Beauty, her very own cosmetics brand.
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Daughter of American fashion designer Ralph Lauren, Dylan is now the owner of Dylan’s Candy Bar which claims to be the largest candy store in the world. The New York city born gal graduated from Duke University and is a judge on the ABC reality series The Toy Box.
The first online women’s magazine, Urbanette, was founded by Rowland way back in 1995. This was not the only thing to be pioneered by Rowland however – she also founded NewFaces.com in 1995 which was the first online site to publish portfolios. The site was also the first to post castings online. In 2015, the vegan entrepreneur joined The Huffington Post as a contributor. She is one of our picks for the most glamorous businesswomen in the world.
With a net worth of $140 million, Susan Wojcicki has been the CEO of YouTube for four years now. The technology executive has also worked at Google and Intel and played a huge role in the creation of platforms such as Google Images and Google Books.
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Google’s 20th employee and key spokeswoman, usability leader and long-time executive, Marissa Mayer had joined Yahoo! as their Chief Executive Officer in July 2012. Mayer announced her resignation on June 13, 2017, following the company’s sale to Verizon Communications. Mayer has been there, done that and has all the accolades to prove it. A look at her credentials and educational qualifications give us an idea as to how accomplished she is. While she faced considerable criticism during her tenure at Yahoo!, Mayer publicly announced the company’s achievements on the day of her resignation.
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