Lisa Shaller Net Worth 2018 - Biography, Salary & Income

- July 13, 2018
Lisa Shaller-Goldberg is the owner, creative director, designer of Minnie Rose, and a luxury cashmere and knitwear brand. She is one of the most respectable persons in the fashion industry. She is the driving force behind the Juicy Couture iconic tracksuits, Camp Beverly Hills, Ugg Australia, True Religion, and Hard Candy. Celebrity fans for her brands include the Kate Middleton, Selma Blair, Jennifer Garner, Lisa Rinna, January Jones, Oprah Winfrey, Christie Brinkley, Britney Spears and Paris Hilton.
For close to two decades, she has brought her intrinsic fashion sensibility and business insight to some of the defining lifestyle brands of today’s generation.

Early life of Lisa Shaller

Lisa Shaller was born to a textile converter in the year 1965. She has seen fashion industry inside out from a very tender age. She would love to go to her dad’s workplace as a kid and paint in the art and print department. One of her prints was sold to The Children’s Place! That print is still being used in children’s apparel today. As a teenager, she worked in retail sales at a local boutique, and in high school, she became a buyer for that boutique. She completed her Bachelor’s degree from FIT in Textile Technology and Design; A.D., Buying and Merchandising and worked part-time in sales in the garment center.

Career of Lisa Shaller

After graduation, she had done a couple of sales jobs but soon she realized that corporate world is not her cup of tea. At the young age of 28, she launched Simply Chic in Newyork, a sales, marketing and branding agency representing then-emerging lines named Earl Jean, Hard Candy, Ugg Outerwear, True Religion and Juicy Couture. As Juicy Couture’s East Coast representative and the instrumental voice in its creative direction, Lisa spent more than a dozen years helping to create a 50 million dollar global phenomenon.  With her innovative business sense and creative knowledge of fashion industry Lisa took three companies public and revolutionized the apparel and cosmetic industries. The Juicy Couture tracksuit she designed back in the 1990s put her on the global map of fashion industry.  However, by 2003, Juicy Couture was sold to Liz Claiborne for $53 million.  She broke down but luck was on her side, a factory in China that made Juicy Couture apparel asked her to create her own clothing line. Lisa launched her luxury knitwear brand in 2006, Minnie Rose, elegantly named after both of her grandmothers, Minnie and Rose whom she considered not only her role models but also true style icons. 
Today Minnie Rose has become the mark of stylish yet playful women around the world. It has emerged a choice of strong and successful women all over the globe. Lisa is supported in the venture by her husband, Scott Goldberg, who serves as VP of Public Relations and Marketing, their four-year-old son Jake, who doubles as a mini Minnie Rose fit model and their poodle Chili, a Minnie Rose model for their dog line, Minnie-a-ture.
The line is carried in more than 800 stores, including Neiman Marcus, Planet Blue, Shopbop and various specialty boutiques like Bloomingdales and Saks Fifth Avenue.


The Juicy Couture tracksuits she designed back in the 1990s are still high on demand.
Fans of the brand include Kate Middleton, Jennifer Garner, Eva Longoria, Selma Blair, Charlize Theron, Giuliana Rancic, Alessandra Ambrosio, Lisa Rinna, Vanessa Hudgens, and Christie Brinkley.
She has also featured in various magazines Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Veranda Magazine, Martha Stuart Weddings, CNBC, WWD, People and InTouch

Net worth of Lisa Shaller

Lisa Shaller's estimated net worth is $20 million USD. Her major earnings are from her luxury brand Minnie Rose.