Roxy Sowlaty net worth: Roxy Sowlaty is an American socialite and reality television personality who has a net worth of $100 thousand. Roxy Sowlaty lives in Beverly Hills, California, and grew up in a very wealthy Persian family. Her father, Sam Sowlaty, is a Persian printing mogul who is based in Los Angeles. She is currently working for her own interior design firm and is attempting to grow her business, but is struggling to adjust to reeling in her extravagant spending habits after losing her monthly allowance; this has made her very invested in making her business a success. She is one of the subjects of the reality series, "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills" on E!. The show follows a small group of extremely wealthy twenty-somethings as they live, work, and party in California. Roxy has been working in design since the age of 16 when she started a clothing line with her sister Tara called RoxTar. Upon earning her undergraduate degree from USC's Marshall School of Business, Roxy decided that she wanted to re-focus her design interests from fashion to interior design. She enrolled at the Parsons New School of Design to obtain her Master degree in Interior Design. During her time in New York, Roxy worked as a freelancer on a number of residential projects in Manhattan, as well as a home in Aspen. Roxy never leaves home without her little dog, Lychee.
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