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The Sunday Times Richlist was released this weekend, a must-have for society's social climbers and nosy parkers!

Philip Green and his wife Christina came in at number 6 in the list, the recession may have dented the fortunes of many but Topshop's continued success which included the opening of New York store earlier this year has defied the credit crunch. Along with the rest of the Arcadia stablemates like Dorothy Perkins and Wallis doing well Green's fortune shows no sign of slowing down. Lily Cole made the list with her comparatively meagre 4m fortune, not bad for a 20-year old!

Victoria Beckham, along with her husband David, made the list thanks to their lucrative partnership of football and fashion, while Tamara Mellon's Jimmy Choo empire earns her a place on the list in her own right. Other industry names on the list include ex-BFC head and Jaeger top brass Harold Tillman, and Karl Johan Persson of H&M, see after the jump for the full fashion list.


  1. Sir Philip and Lady Green Arcadia Group: Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Bhs
  2. Sir David and Frederick Barclay Littlewoods
  3. George Weston Primark
  4. Bernard Lewis River Island
  5. Richard Caring International Clothing Designs
  6. John Hargreaves Matalan
  7. Lawrence Stroll Tommy Hilfiger, Michel Kors
  8. Tom Singh New Look
  9. David, Ralph and Jacqueline Gold Ann Summers
  10. Harold Tillman Jaeger
  11. Karl-Johan Persson H&M
  12. Peter Simon Monsoon, Accessorize
  13. Sir Paul & Lady Smith Paul Smith
  14. Lord Alliance N Brown
  15. Theo Paphitis La Senza
  16. George Davies Next, George, Per Una
  17. David Reiss Reiss
  18. Lennie and Ian McGeogh M&Co
  19. Johnnie Boden Boden
  20. Dame Margaret Barbour Barbour
  21. Linda Bennett LK Bennett
  22. Julian Dunkerton Cult Clothing
  23. Christina Ong Club 21
  24. Nick Wheeler & Chrissie Rucker Charles Tyrwhitt & the White Company
  25. Alison Goldberg & Sara Phillips Jane Norman
  26. Ray Kelvin Ted Baker
  27. John Robinson Jigsaw