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For the magazine's second annual 30 Under 30 list, Forbes decided to tweak last year's Art and Design category to Art and Style, the emphasis being on about-town trend setters who are accomplished in the arts and fashion industries.
London-born fashion designer Carly Cushnie launched her label straight out of design school with business partner Michelle Ochs, who is not officially included in the list but is mentioned alongside Cushnie.
The duo's big break came when Bergdorf Goodman picked up their very first collection for spring 2009, the Daily Mail reported.
Three years later and Cushnie et Ochs is now stocked at Saks, Neiman Marcus and U.K.-based Harvey Nichols, and worn by the likes of Jessica Alba, Rihanna, Reese Witherspoon, Elizabeth Hurley and of course, Michelle Obama.
Also on the list is Ashley and Mary Kate Olsen and Alexander Wang.
The celebrity design twins have created a successful fashion empire, including designer labels The Row and Elizabeth and James, as well as a customized T-shirt website called StyleMint.
Meanwhile Wang, the king of New York's downtown cool, has recently taken over the helm of Balenciaga from Nicolas Ghesquiere.
The designer grew his line of slouchy tees into an award-winning lifestyle brand including some of the most coveted shoes and accessories in fashion today.
Sally LaPointe is another talented designer in the 30 Under 30. Five collections in to her tailored yet feminine women's clothing line, she has already dressed Lady Gaga and performer Julianne Hough.
Blogger Leadra Medine of 'The Man Repeller' fame, who had launched her blog in 2010 when she was just a 21-year-old journalism student still living in Manhattan, also made it to the list.
Lesser known names to the mainstream, but big names to the industry, also made the list - Michael Avedon grandson of Richard Avedon is currently a student at the International Center of Photography in New York City, while shooting the likes of Grace Coddington, Clemente Francesco, Julian Schnabel and Chuck Close for portraits.
Forbes' 30 under 30: The young trendsetters in art and style are:
Carly Cushnie - fashion designer of Cushnie et Ochs
Joseph Altuzarra - fashion Designer of Altuzarra
Sophia Amoruso - founder of fashion retail site Nasty Gal
Michael Avedon - photographer
Gigi Burris, 25 - founder of Gigi Burris Millinery
Carter Cleveland - co-founder of Art.sy
Kyle DeWoody - owner of gallery Grey Area
Katie Ermilio - fashion designer
Sam Falls - artist
Alex Gartenfeld - online editor for Art in America and Interview magazine
Jessica Hische - graphic designer
Asher Israelow - furniture designer
Jacob Kassay - artist
Eric Koger and Susan Gregg Koger - founders retail store ModCloth
Sally LaPointe - fashion designer
Max Levai - gallery owner of Marlborough Chelsea
Pedro LourenÁo - fashion designer
Leandra Medine - founder of fashion blog Man Repeller
Toyin Odutola - artist
Ashley and Mary Kate Olsen - fashion designers of The Row, Elizabeth and James, Olsenboye, StyleMint
Adam Pendleton - artist
Vladimir Roitfeld - art dealer
Claire Rosen - fine art and commercial photographer
Vito Schnabel - art dealer
Lucien Smith - artist
Reece Solomon - handbag designer and co-founder of Reece Hudson bags
Valentine Uhovski - art journalist
Artie Vierkant - digital artist
Alexander Wang - fashion designer for Alexander Wang and Balenciaga