Vanderbilt died at home with friends and family at her side.
"Gloria Vanderbilt was an extraordinary woman who loved life and lived it on her own terms," Cooper said in a statement. "She was a painter, writer, and designer, but also a remarkable mother, wife, and girlfriend."
"She was 95 years old, but ask someone close to her and you'd be told she was the youngest person they knew – the coolest and most modern.
Gloria Laura Morgan Vanderbilt, born in New York in 1924, grew up in France when her father, financier Reginald Vanderbilt, the heir to a railroad, died when she was a baby
The young Gloria was a young boy Focus of media attention and was described in an intense custody dispute between her mother and her father's enormously wealthy sister, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, as "the poor little rich girl."
"As a teenager, she tried to dodge the spotlight but reporters and cameramen followed her everywhere, "said Cooper." She was determined to make something of her life, to make a name for herself and to find love she so desperately needed.
Her first marriage was to Hollywood agent Pat DiCicco in 1
At the age of 21, she took control of a $ 4.3 million trust fund her father gave her She divorced DiCicco two months later, remarried immediately – this time with conductor Leopold Stokowski – and began pursuing her passions, starting with her artwork, which she first exhibited in 1948.
She had two sons with Stokowski: Leopold Stokowski was born in 1950 and Christopher Stokowski in 1952.
In 1954, she made her stage debut in a production of the romantic drama "The Swan" at the Pocono Playhouse in Mountainhome, Pennsylvania, and published a book of poetry the following year.
In the following years she found another way for her creativity, using her art as a muse and producing fashion and textile designs in 1969 with the Neiman Marcus Fashion Award was awarded before she opened the door in the mid-1970s for a range of ready-made clothing.
Under her brand GV Ltd. she sold millions of jeans with her swan logo.