Fashion entrepreneurs Daniel Contos, 33, and Georgia Moore, 32, have made headlines by acquiring their fourth mansion in Sydney’s upscale Vaucluse suburb, spending a total of $120 million.

The couple, behind the successful online clothing store White Fox Boutique, has seen global fame, dressing celebrities like the Kardashian sisters and Sofia Richie.

Their recent purchase, a $25 million five-bedroom house with harbor views, sits adjacent to their other properties, fueling speculation about a potential mega-mansion project.

Contos and Moore, debuting on the Young Rich List, have a combined estimated worth of $100 million.

Their brand, known for affordable yet stylish pieces, experienced a surge in revenue during lockdowns, particularly in activewear sales, with a 154 per cent increase in June 2021.

The mansion bought as seen on Domain.

They have previously said the main driver of their success was their popularity on social media.

“I was working a full time job so I had no idea that it was going to be as big as it is now or be recognised by a lot of people I meet,” Georgia Moore-Contos previously told Daily Mail Australia.

“I didn’t have any money when I started the business so if we weren’t using Instagram I don’t think it would have grown as big as it has.”

While successful, the brand faced criticism for its environmental impact, with a video revealing plastic packaging and clothing waste.

Meanwhile Vaucluse, ranked third in Sydney’s highest-earning postcodes, continues to attract buyers with its breathtaking views and prestigious properties.