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Forbes unleashed their international billionaires list for 2013, and this year, retailers did especially well thanks to "free-spending consumers" (Forbes' words). Zara's founder Amancio Ortega is this year's biggest gainer, jumping from the fifth spot to the third. And Forbes welcomes to the list Tory Burch at $1 billion, Diesel jeans mogul Renzo Rosso at $3 billion, and retailer Bruce Nordstrom at $1.2 billion. Hop over the jump to see how more of retail's richest fared.
· Amancio Ortega: Inditex, Zara (3)
· Liliane Bettencourt: $30 billion (9)
· Bernard Arnault & family: LVMH (10)
· Stefan Persson: H&M, $28 billion (12)
· Francois Pinault: PPR, $15 billion (53)
· Tadashi Yanai: Fast Company, Uniqlo, $13.3 billion (66)
· Miuccia Prada: Prada, $12.4 billion (78)
· Renzo Rosso: Deisel jeans, $3 billion (458)
· Bruce Nordstrom: Nordstrom, $1.2 billion (1175)
· Sarah Blakely: Spanx founder (1342)
· Tory Burch: Tory Burch, $1 billion (1342)