Last Updated: 04 Feb, 2023 | Views: 99
Other Profession(s): Actress, Artist, Fashion Designer, Socialite
Famous For: Developer of designer blue jeans
Gloria Vanderbilt was an American socialite, fashion designer, actress, and artist. She was famous for the riches and social standing of her family and was born in New York City.
Gloria Vanderbilt Fashion Line: In the 1970s, Vanderbilt started her career as a fashion designer. She quickly gained notoriety for her custom-made jeans, which were hugely famous in the US. She also introduced a number of other profitable fashion lines, such as a range of accessories and fragrances.
Gloria Vanderbilt launched her own clothing brand in the 1970s. The Gloria Vanderbilt label was well-known for its stylish apparel, such as trousers, coats, blouses, and accessories, as well as its premium denim.
The company's unique "Gloria Vanderbilt" insignia on the back pockets of their jeans helped it become particularly well-known in the 1970s and 1980s. Even though the brand has changed throughout the years, it is still a well-known and respected name in the fashion world.
Gloria Vanderbilt Movies:
Gloria Vanderbilt only made a few appearances in films and television programmes during her acting career. Her illustrious acting credits include:
In the romantic drama "The Swan" from 1956, Vanderbilt made her acting debut in a supporting part.
Vanderbilt made an appearance as a guest on the well-known TV programme "Playboy After Dark"
In the comedy "Love at First Bite" (1979), Vanderbilt played a minor role.
Vanderbilt had an appearance in the 1982 television miniseries "Little Gloria... Happy at Last," which was based on her actual life.
Gloria Vanderbilt Custody Case:
Carter Vanderbilt Cooper, Gloria Vanderbilt's younger son, was the subject of a highly publicised and contentious custody dispute in 1988. The trial, which took place in New York, received a lot of media coverage and earned the moniker "Gloria Vanderbilt Fraud Trial."
Gloria Vanderbilt Death:
Gloria Laura Vanderbilt died of stomach cancer on June 17, 2019, at the age of 95.