Forbes released its annual list of the highest paid models on Monday and again, the results are not really surprising—there’s a reason these ladies are supermodels after all. Gisele Bündchen was in the lead of course, making more money than any other model by a staggering margin of $39 million. Pulling in around $47 million in the last year, up from $42 million in 2013, Bündchen is sitting pretty in the top spot for the eighth year in a row, and she’s holding that title by such a large spread that even a sudden $38 million hit to her finances would see her holding onto that number one slot. Contracts with H&M, Chanel, Pantene, Carolina Herrera, Balenciaga and a number of Brazilian brands as well as her own lingerie and shoe brand, add to that number rocketing her to the top of the list year after year.
Jumping onto the list this year at second place, Doutzen Kroes made $8 million in the last 12 months in deals with H&M, Victoria’s Secret, Calvin Klein, Miu Miu and Emilio Pucci. Adriana Lima stays strong at third with $8 million, a $2 million increase from last year, the majority of which comes from her 14-year career as a Victoria’s Secret Angel and is supplemented by contracts with Desigual and Maybelline as well as several Brazilian endorsements. Staying in the number four spot, Kate Moss rakes in $7 million up from last year’s $5.7 million with returns to campaigns like David Yurman, Topshop and Stella McCartney. Kate Upton made the list this year at $7 million with her partnerships that included Bobbi Brown, Express, Sports Illustrated and a role in the Hollywood film The Other Woman.
Rounding out the top ten, Miranda Kerr drops from the number two slot to number six with $7 million, while Liu Wen drops from five to seven with $7 million, and Alessandra Ambrosio makes the top ten with the number eight slot at $5 million. Hilary Rhoda dropped from number six to nine with $5 million (although her paycheck went up from just $4 million last year) and Russian model Natalia Vodianova rounded out the top 10 with $4 million.