“And she really chose to involve me by how she brought it up, and if I had to chose a side, it would be my boyfriend’s side. And I think she thinks her fiancé is right, and it’s therefore caused a rift in our friendship which is why I didn’t want to be involved…because I didn’t want to choose a side.I didn’t want to lose a friend over it.” In a preview of their blowout, which airs Sunday, June 14, and ends in tears, Sowlaty tells Stewart she’d never speak to her again.At the same time, she launched an online interior design website, in which one can buy home goods as well as find useful do-it-yourself advice.Overall, fashion and interior design have consistently increased the outright size of Roxy Sowlaty’s net worth.Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.Morgan explains, "Unless you're a Russian mom roller-skating somewhere, then there's no need for those to be in your closet!While still a student, she designed a number of residential units in Aspen as well as Manhattan, working as a freelance interior designer.
In 2012, she appeared in the syndicated talk show “Bethenny” aired on Fox, created by Bethenny Frankel and Ellen De Generes.
Roxy recently graduated from both the University of Southern California (for business) and Parsons (for interior design).
Now, she’s looking to pursue a career in interior design.
In 2014, she starred alongside Dorothy Wang, Jonny Drubel, Morgan Stewart, Bianca Espada and Brendan Fitzpatrick in the reality television series “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills” which focuses on the lives of current millionaires, and people rich by inheritance.
Roxy participated in the main cast of the first three seasons of the show, then decided to leave the show.