Billionaire heiress Anna Anissimova to grace cover of LLNYC

Once dubbed the “Russian-American Paris Hilton,” she is an actress and mother

TRD New York /
Oct.October 23, 2015 03:50 PM

Luxury Listings NYC’s November/December issue is decked in gorgeous reds and golds, harbingers of the season and the colors of cover girl Anna Anissimova’s stunning gown.

In the upcoming issue, Anissimova opens her gorgeous $50 million Time Warner Center home for a photo shoot — and opens up about her transition from Russia to NYC, falling in love and her life as one of the wealthiest women in Manhattan.

Also in this issue is LLNYC’s unique gift-buying guide, a round-up of the perfect high-end holiday presents, from the Bentley Bentayga and Tiffany baubles to 3D printers and a life-changing charitable donation.

It’s our biggest and most beautiful issue of the year. So, click here to start your subscription to LLNYC and enjoy the best coverage of New York’s luxury lifestyle.

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