Baby Jane Holzer
Jane Holzer, most often referred to Baby Jane Holzer, was the very first of Andy Warhol's superstars. However, while this collection of New York's beautiful people were meant to illustrate Warhol's dictum that "in the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes" if Andy simply hung out with them for a while, Holzer would prove to be the exception: she established a varied, successful career long after her 15 minutes were supposed to have run out. After her time as a 1960s "it girl," Holzer made her own fortune buying and renovating property in New York and Florida. She also became known as a serious art collector and later as a successful film producer on films such as "Kiss of the Spider Woman" (1985) and "Spring Breakers" (2013).