Dylan Lauren Net Worth

How much is Dylan Lauren worth?

Net Worth:$60 Million
Date of Birth:May 9, 1974 (49 years old)
Profession:Family Member
Dylan Lauren Net Worth:
$60 Million

Dylan Lauren, a great woman as far as entrepreneurship is concerned, has earned a place among the celebrities. She owns one of the largest candy stores globally, which goes by the name Dylan’s Candy Bar. Its location in New York City. She also happens to be the daughter of Ralph Lauren, who is one of the greatest fashion designers in the United States of America.

More about the earnings of Dylan Lauren

Actor Dylan Lauren has a networth that has to be considered very impressive.


After graduating from Duke University, Dylan Lauren decided to venture into business. She became the founder of Dylan’s Candy Bar, which saw the light of the day in 2001. That was as an inspiration lead by seeing Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory a long time ago when she was young. Precisely, it was on her sixth birthday

Personal Life

Dylan Lauren’s husband is Paul Arouet, who is a hedge fund manager. After dating for a relatively long time, the two of them took their relationship to the next level. The event took place in the Lauren family estate located in Bedford, New York. The date was in June 2011. Interestingly, she was wearing a bridal gown that was among the designs of her father.

Inspirational Quotes by Dylan Lauren

Sugar and chocolate, anything that boosts your serotonin levels, is something people, I think, crave.

Dylan Lauren

When I think of flavours, I think colour, so lemon should be yellow and orange is orange.

Dylan Lauren

My parents screened 'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory' for my 6th birthday, and I became fascinated by the idea of living in a candy land with chocolate rivers and lollipop trees.

Dylan Lauren

Pinterest has been helpful to my business. Making inspiration boards is really key to developing products. When I was getting married, I literally cut out tear sheets and put my own boards together. Had I known about Pinterest, I would have been able to do it so much more easily.

Dylan Lauren

I've been entrepreneurial since middle school. I was always arranging bake sales, dances and school trips to raise money for the Dalton School.

Dylan Lauren