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Ranked: Here Are The 21 Wealthiest People In Fashion World, 2020

Bernard Arnault

Not surprisingly, with a net worth of roughly $88.6 billion, French businessman Bernard Arnault, the chairman of LVMH, is the wealthiest person in the fashion world, followed by Francoise Bettencourt Meyers ($66.9 billion), Amancio Ortega ($58.5 billion) and Francois Pinault ($43.5 billion). The 21 wealthiest people in the fashion world are worth a combined $523.68 billion, as of September 12, 2020.

Phil Knight is the 4th-richest person in the fashion world, with $40.4 billion. After running track at the University of Oregon, he created Nike shoes with his former track coach, Bill Bowerman.

Fashion’s richest billionaires: The CEOWORLD magazine has compiled a list of the wealthiest people in the fashion world, based on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Fashion is a $2.5 trillion global industry. So without further ado, here are the men and women who have made more money from the fashion industry than any other.

  1. Bernard Arnault
    Net worth: $88.6 billion
    Source: LVMH group, Louis Vuitton and Sephora
  2. Francoise Bettencourt Meyers
    Net worth: $66.9 billion
    Source: L’Oreal
  3. Amancio Ortega
    Net worth: $58.5 billion
    Source: Inditex, Zara, Massimo Dutti and Pull & Bear
  4. Francois Pinault
    Net worth: $43.5 billion
    Source: Kering, Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen and Gucci
  5. Phil Knight
    Net worth: $40.4 billion
    Source: Nike
  6. Gerard Wertheimer
    Net worth: $32.8 billion
    Source: Chanel, the French luxury brand
  7. Alain Wertheimer
    Net worth: $32.7 billion
    Source: Chanel, the French luxury brand
  8. Tadashi Yanai
    Net worth: $32.5 billion
    Source: Tokyo-listed retail clothing empire Fast Retailing, Uniqlo
  9. Leonard Lauder
    Net worth: $23.3 billion
    Source: Estee Lauder
  10. Leonardo Del Veccho
    Net worth: $20.5 billion
    Source: luxury eyewear giant Luxottica, Ray-Ban and Oakley
  11. Stefan Persson
    Net worth: $16.9 billion
    Source: Hennes & Mauritz – H&M
  12. Ma Jianrong
    Net worth: $11.2 billion
    Source: Shenzhou International Group, a knitwear and textile manufacturer that supplies leading clothiers including Uniqlo and Adidas
  13. Heinrich Deichmann
    Net worth: $7.23 billion
    Source: International shoe manufacturer Deichmann
  14. Sandra Ortega Mera
    Net worth: $6.82 billion
    Source: Inditex, Zara, Massimo Dutti and Pull & Bear
  15. Anders Holch Povlsen
    Net worth: $6.79 billion
    Danish fashion retailer Bestseller, Vero Moda, Only, and Jack & Jones
  16. Ralph Lauren
    Net worth: $6.57 billion
    Source: Ralph Lauren Corp
  17. Ding Shizhong
    Net worth: $6.14 billion
    Source: Anta Sports Products, a manufacturer of sport shoes and athletic apparel
  18. Giorgio Armani
    Net worth: $6.25 billion
    Source: Armani high-end menswear
  19. Ding Shijia
    Net worth: $5.97 billion
    Source: Deputy chairman of Anta Sports Products, a manufacturer of sport shoes and athletic apparel
  20. Chip Wilson
    Net worth: $5.41 billion
    Source: Lululemon Athletica
  21. Laurence Graff
    Net worth: $4.70 billion
    Source: Graff Diamonds

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