(DuJour) Andrew Warren, the 22-year-old grandson of fashion mogul David Warren, who made his name in the ’70s with the sort of prim and polished “social occasion” dresses that women bought at Bloomingdale’s and Saks. The younger Warren is a budding fashion mogul himself, with a collection of edgy ready-to-wear pieces he launched in 2013 called Just Drew. Warren’s friends, a young, beautiful, pedigreed group that appears throughout Warren’s widely followed Instagram account.
Andrew on his notable friends: He knows his friends are interesting to strangers. He handpicks his crew—which at the moment includes Gaia Matisse, Kyra Kennedy, Reya Benitez and Tiffany Trump—as if putting together a jigsaw puzzle, “weeding out,” as he says, the ones who don’t fit
Reya Benitez, the 23-year-old daughter of John “Jellybean” Benitez. Her father was the resident DJ for Studio 54 and has produced tracks for Madonna and Whitney Houston. “Everyone always says [my DJ name] should be Little Bean, but I want to create my own name without any help from my father. I don’t want to be overshadowed by him.”
Kyra Kennedy, the 19-year-old daughter of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was scooped up by Warren in Aspen last December and quickly became a fixture of Warren’s feed. Her dad has called and requested that she “clean up her Instagram,” but as far as Kennedy, a freshman at FIT, is concerned, she’s just having a good time.
Tiffany Trump, the Donald’s second youngest and only child with ex-wife Marla Maples, says, “I don’t know what it’s like to have a typical father figure,” says Trump. “He’s not the dad who’s going to take me to the beach and go swimming, but he’s such a motivational person.” She’s debating whether to go to business school or law school after college.
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