The 27-year-old daughter of Caroline Kennedy and Edwin Schlossberg co-launched End Times Girls Club with her friend Mara Nelson-Greenberg, and the six-episode web series from Above Average was actually inspired by Rose's time at New York University
'It came up as a response to seeing the way that New York responded to Hurricane Sandy, and how people were grossly underprepared — specifically, girls in damsel in distress mode,' she told Mashable of the venture.
Doppelganger: Rose Schlossberg (R), the granddaughter Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (L), has inherited her grandmother's wide-set eyes, delicate lips, and thick brunette hair
Steering clear of politics: The 27-year-old Harvard graduate has co-launched her own comical web series, End Times Girls Club, with her friend Mara Nelson-Greenberg (left)
'I thought it would be interesting to create this world where girls have to be survivalists without compromising their cute factor.'
In the short webisodes, Rose and Mara play the roles of Bee and Lara, respectively, two vloggers who are teaching viewers how to do everything from a 'fun new way to start a fire after the apocalypse' to making mascara using nothing but 'ashes and plain old auto grease'.
'I am not a huge fan of make-up myself, but there are real benefits to looking good post-doomsday,' Rose's character says in the clip entitled Apocalypse Makeover. 'For example you will want people to invite you into their bunker.'
Rose, who is the eldest grandchild of Jacqueline and former US President John F. Kennedy, has her grandmother's same brunette locks, delicate smile, wide set eyes, and slender frame.
However, the web series sees her donning messy ponytails, casual T-shirts, jeans, and a pair of baggy camouflage pants, which is a far cry from Jackie O's classic style.
The web series is a part of the online comedy distributor Above Average Productions, which is the digital sector of Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels' company Broadway Video.
'We are big comedy fans, and I think Broadway Video has the best record in the comedy world for making stuff,' Rose told Mashable. 'It's an environment that enables creators, so it’s been a great fit.'
The brunette beauty, who was named after JFK's mother, was close to her grandmother andwas only a month shy of her sixth birthday when the former First Lady died of lymphoma.
Rose was also left devastated by the loss of her uncle John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1999 after the airplane he was flying crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.
After she graduated from the The Brearley School, an all-girls private school in New York City's Upper East Side, Rose attended Harvard University, where she studied English and film.
Although Rose comes from a political dynasty, her grandmother Jackie was a patron of the arts and a lover of literature, spending her later years working as a book editor in New York City.
However, unlike her siblings, who both attended Yale, she has remained out of the spotlight in recent years and attends few public events.
Despite her new web series, Rose barely has a presence on social media, which may be the result of Gawker publishing some of her private photos when she was a freshman in college.
While Rose's 25-year-old sister Tatiana is a writer for the New York Times, her 23-year-old brother Jack is following in his family's footsteps and looking to pursue a career in politics.
Although she has skipped many of the high profile events honoring her grandfather, Rose joined her sister at the 2014 Kennedy Center Honors.
The brunette beauty, who was dubbed 'Jackie 2.0' by the New York Post in 2010, donned a classic knee-length black dress and heels for the event, but it was her poufy brunette bob, delicate facial features, and red lacquered lips that made her look like a spitting image of her grandmother that night.