These 5 MAKERS Made Vanity Fair's "The New Establishment" List

Five prominent MAKERS made their way onto Vanity Fair's "The New Establishment" featuring what the magazine describes as 100 "Silicon Valley hotshots, Hollywood moguls, Wall Street titans, and cultural icons."

Click through the gallery above to see which MAKERS made the list.

Below are all the other deserving women who made VF's list as well.

9. Jean Liu
10. Beyoncé Knowles
18. Taylor Swift
28. Jennifer Lawrence
35. Amy Schumer
37. Kathleen Kennedy
47. Adele
52. Mary Barra
59. Emmanuelle Charpentier, Jennifer Doudna
60. Priscilla Chan
63. Megyn Kelly
73. Laurene Powell Jobs
74. Scarlett Johansson
75. Bonnie Hammer
78. Jenny Lee
79. Nancy Dubuc
85. Cyrene Quiamco
89. Jill Soloway
90. Mary Parent
100. Kardashian & Jenner Sisters

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14. Sheryl Sandberg From teaming up with Adam Grant, a Wharton professor, to "write a book about resilience" to her continued efforts with her Lean In Organization, rumors are flying that MAKER Sheryl Sandberg may just be in fellow MAKER Hillary Clinton's Cabinet should she win the presidency in November. Photo Credit: Allison Shelley/Getty Images

58. Shonda Rhimes Award-winning screenwriter, producer, and MAKER Shonda Rhimes' "flagship show," "Grey's Anatomy" is in its twelfth season and still going strong — having been 2016's "third-highest-rated broadcast drama." Photo Credit: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

66. Susan Wojcicki As one of Google's first employees, MAKER Susan Wojcicki aided in the creation of the company's AdSense feature before becoming the CEO of YouTube. Photo Credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage

93. Anne Wojcicki Co-founder and CEO of 23andMe, MAKER Anne Wojcicki "gamely dived into the F.D.A. regulatory-approval process to secure clearance to deal directly with consumers again." Photo Credit: Brad Barket/Getty Images for Fast Company

100. Caitlyn Jenner Along with the rest of the "Kardashian Nation," MAKER Caitlyn Jenner closed out the list at number 100 for her continued relevance and for being "integral to the rekindled national obsession with O.J. Simpson." Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Time