Top 10 Most Famous Models

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  1. Naomi Campbell was discovered at the age of 15 and quickly became one of the most famous models of the late 1980s and 1990s. The fashion industry and the international press dubbed her a supermodel. Campbell dabbled in a variety of other endeavors in addition to modeling. She published an R&B studio album, appeared in a few films and television shows, and even took part in the reality show The Face. She grew up in Rome after being born in South London to a Jamaican dancer. Her mother worked as a contemporary dancer in the city.


    Campbell had her first public appearance in a music video for Bob Marley's song Is This Love when she was seven years old, in 1978. She subsequently tap-danced in the music video for Culture Club's song, I'll Tumble 4 Ya when she was 12 years old. In 1986, Beth Boldt discovered her while window-shopping. Beth helped her establish a modeling career as the CEO of Synchro Model Agency. She was on the cover of British Elle before she was 16 years old.

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  2. When it comes to younger popular models, Gigi is currently on top of the globe. The American model debuted in the Top 50 Models ranking in November 2014. The British Fashion Council awarded her the title of International Model of the Year in 2016. Gigi has appeared on the covers of 35 worldwide Vogue magazines in the last four years. Through her father, Gigi is descended from Daher Al Omer, Prince of Nazareth. Bella, her younger sister, is also a model. Gigi began modeling when she was two years old. Guess clothing's Paul Marciano recognized her and asked her to model for Baby Guess.


    She took a break to focus on her studies, but she returned to modeling in 2011. Marciano appointed her the face of the Guess campaign in 2012. Gigi signed with IMG models in 2013 and debuted at New York Fashion Week. She has since been in every major Fashion Week event and on the covers of fashion magazines. Gigi's fans like her because she is generous with her money. She took part in a MasterChef charity program in January 2016 and collected $25,000 for a Lyme disease charity. Then, in May 2020, she participated in a charity virtual tennis match with other celebrities.

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  3. Gisele Bundchen claims to be one of the world's highest-paid supermodels. She has been among the top earners in the fashion industry since 2001. She was ranked as the 16th wealthiest lady in the entertainment world in 2007. Then, in 2012, she topped Forbes' list of the highest-paid models. She was rated the 89th Most Powerful Woman in the World by Forbes just two years later. According to Vogue, Gisele was instrumental in bringing the heroin chic period of modeling to an end in 1999.


    Instead, the fashion industry shifted its focus to a sultry, healthy style with curves and a golden tan. It's fact that she didn't get off to a good start. Bundchen went to London in 1997 and auditioned for 43 shows. She only appeared in two international shows. Because of her ability to walk in heels on a slick runway, Alexander McQueen picked her for his Spring 1998 show. Her career took off from there. She walked Victoria's Secret runway multiple times. Those things made her appearance on this list of the most famous models in the world.

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  4. Cindy Crawford is a model, actress, and television personality from the United States. She was one of the most famous models in the 1980s and 1990s, appearing on magazine covers, runways, and in advertising campaigns. She went on to pursue performing and commercial interests after that.


    Cindy Crawford comes to mind when we talk of old-school models who revolutionized the world. Crawford became an international star after appearing on countless magazine covers, runways, and fashion campaigns. Vogue, W, People, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, and Allure were among the many fashion and lifestyle publications that put her on the cover. In 1998, a partial count revealed over 500 appearances. Crawford has also participated in a number of fashion shows and advertisements, including Chanel, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Christian Dior, Calvin Klein, and others.


    Crawford also devotes a significant amount of time to charitable endeavors. Her three-year-old brother died of leukemia when she was barely ten years old. She continues to give to charity treating children with leukemia after creating a name for herself as a model.

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  5. Kate Moss is a model and entrepreneur from the United Kingdom. Moss rose to prominence in the early 1990s as part of the heroin chic fashion style, arriving at the conclusion of the "supermodel period." Her work with Calvin Klein elevated her to the level of a fashion icon. She is well-known for her svelte form and participation in the size-zero fashion industry. Moss owns her own clothing line, is a contributing fashion editor for British Vogue, and has been involved in musical ventures. She was ranked second on Forbes' list of top-earning models in 2012, with projected earnings of $9.2 million in a single year. She has earned several modeling awards, including the 2013 British Fashion Awards, which recognized her 25-year service to the fashion industry, and Time magazine named her one of the world's 100 most important people in 2007.


    Moss was the focus of media attention owing to her party lifestyle, and in September 2005, she was implicated in a drug usage incident, which resulted in her being withdrawn from fashion ads. She was exonerated of all allegations and returned to modeling shortly after. She has influenced cultural representations such as a £1.5 million ($2.8 million) 18-carat gold statue of her made for a British Museum exhibition in 2008.

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  6. Linda Evangelista is a Canadian supermodel who rose to prominence in the 1990s. She has been on over 700 magazine covers and is acknowledged as one of the most accomplished and influential models of all time. Evangelista is well known for being photographer Steven Meisel's "muse" for many years, as well as the expression "We don't wake up for less than $10,000 a day." She holds the distinction of having appeared on the cover of Vogue Italia on the most occasions, all of which were shot by Meisel.


    Evangelista's modeling career began in 1984 after she relocated from Canada to New York City and signed with Elite Model Management. In 1988, Evangelista got her hair chopped short at the advice of photographer Peter Lindbergh. The "Linda" hairstyle not only inspired countless imitators throughout the world but also enhanced Evangelista's career and ushered in the age of the supermodel.


    Evangelista was one of the most renowned women in the world during the late 1980s and early 1990s dubbed the "chameleon" of the fashion business and a significant character among the five supermodels. Evangelista, unlike her peers, has chosen not to explore other fields outside of modeling. She left her job in 1998 and returned three years later, although only on a part-time basis this time. In 2008, viewers of the television show Fashion File elected her "The Greatest Supermodel of All Time" for her modeling achievements.

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  7. Adriana Lima is a Brazilian model and actress who rose to prominence as a Victoria's Secret Angel between 1999 and 2018. In 2017, she was crowned "the most valued Victoria's Secret Angel" after being the longest-running model. She is well renowned for her Super Bowl and Kia Motors ads, as well as for being a spokesmodel for Maybelline cosmetics since 2003. Lima won Ford's "Supermodel of Brazil" competition at the age of 15 and was second in Ford's "Supermodel of the World" competition the following year before signing with Elite Model Management in New York City.


    Lima is now recognized as one of the "New Supers" by models.com. Lima has been the world's second-highest-paid model since 2014. She was ranked 4th on Forbes' top-earning model list in 2012, with earnings of $7.3 million in a single year. She came in third place in 2013 and second position in 2014, with earnings of $8 million. She was ranked second in 2015, with earnings of $9 million. With earnings of $10.5 million in 2016, she remained in the second position.


    Lima has worked as a brand ambassador for Desigual, a clothing company located in Barcelona, Spain, as well as the Calzedonia Beachwear range and Sportmax's ready-to-wear collection. She is currently an ambassador for IWC, Puma, Maybelline, and Chopard.

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  8. Tyra Banks, often known as BanX, was born in 1973 and is one of the most influential models in the world. After retiring from modeling, the American television personality, model, businesswoman, producer, and actor has enjoyed even greater success. Tyra began her profession when she was 15 years old. She is still the only African-American woman to grace the covers of GQ and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Tyra was a Victoria's Secret Angel from 1997 through 2005.


    Tyra first featured in the comedy The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in 1993, and then in the 1995 film Higher Learning. She has appeared in a few minor parts in films and television shows. Banks has had success as a writer and producer in addition to her modeling career. She was the host and producer of America's Next Top Model, as well as the author of the adult book Modelland. She received a post as a personal branding guest professor at Stanford University in August 2016.

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  9. Heidi Klum is a model, television personality, producer, and entrepreneur who was born in Germany and raised in the United States. She was the first German model to become a Victoria's Secret Angel and appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue in 1998.


    Klum became the host and judge of Germany's Next Topmodel and the reality program Project Runway following a successful modeling career, earning her an Emmy nomination in 2008 and a victory in 2013 for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program (shared with co-host Tim Gunn). Klum has received six Emmy nominations. She has modeled for Dannon and H&M, as well as appeared in advertisements for McDonald's, Volkswagen, and other brands. On Barbie's 50th anniversary in 2009, Klum was named her official ambassador.


    Klum's overall earnings for the year were projected to be $20 million by Forbes magazine in May 2011. Forbes named her second among the "World's Top-Earning Models." Klum has become more of a businesswoman than a model after finishing her 13-year career as a Victoria's Secret Angel, according to Forbes. She became an American citizen in 2008 while keeping her German citizenship.

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    Iman

    Iman Abdulmajid is a model, supermodel, actor, and businesswoman from Somalia. She is known for her charity efforts and has been a model for designers such as Gianni Versace, Thierry Mugler, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, and Yves Saint Laurent. She was married to David Bowie, a rock singer, from 1992 until his death in 2016.


    Iman was spotted by American photographer Peter Beard while still at university and came to the United States to pursue a modeling career. Her first modeling job was for Vogue in 1976, a year later. She quickly established herself as a supermodel, appearing on the covers of some of the world's most famous magazines. Iman was an instant hit in the fashion industry thanks to her long neck, towering stature, thin physique, exquisite features, and copper-toned complexion, despite the fact that she maintains her appearance as just Somali. Many well-known designers, including Halston, Gianni Versace, Calvin Klein, Issey Miyake, and Donna Karan, used her as a model. Yves Saint-Laurent adored her and once described her as his "dream woman."


    Helmut Newton, Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, and Annie Leibovitz are among the photographers with whom Iman has collaborated. Iman appreciates the support she received from many designers giving her the confidence she needed to succeed in an era where individualism was prized and model muses were frequently used in the creative process.

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