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Unlike Linda Evangelista, Cara Delevingne gets out of bed for less than £10,000 a day


Cara Delevingne launches her DKNY collection

Cara Delevingne launches her DKNY collection

Cara Delevingne launches her DKNY collection

For the first time ever Cara Delevingne’s earnings are released, revealing that in 2013 the British supermodel earned £6,500 (€8,300) per day.

The impressive numbers were revealed in accounts filed at Companies House by her firm Cara & Co. (Yes, she has also trademarked her name.)

The filing shows that the 22-year-old raked in £2.4 million (€3m) in a year and had £1.1million (€1.4m) in the bank, with a further £1.3 million (€1.6m) owed from modelling jobs up to January 2014.

The accounts also show that she had bills of £1.5million (€1.5m) but £326,349 (€415,000) was owed to herself as director. Set up in January last year, the company was then left with a total profit of £864,961 (€1.1m).

During the year-long period the model worked with luxury brands like Chanel, Mulberry, Burberry, YSL Beauty, Stella McCartney, Fendi, Moschino, DKNY and Victoria’s Secret, besides jobs for other leading high-street brands such as H&M and Zara.

It comes as no surprise then that this year Delevingne joined Forbes’s highest paid models’ list for the first time with her face being on countless banners on the high-street and designer campaigns, and emblazoned across glossy magazines. Not to mention appearances at the biggest shows during fashion week.

She has a huge social media following, with nearly eight million followers on Instagram. Most recently she’s turned her hand to acting, with rumours of her being the next Bond girl and already scoring a lead role in Paper Towns. She has also had a go at singing, recording a single with Pharrell Williams.

Her fortunes will have risen even further by January 2015 thanks to numerous jobs through 2014, including the sell-out bag collection with Mulberry, her collaboration with DKNY, a Burberry fragrance campaign with Kate Moss and Topshop’s Christmas ad and first ever solo campaign.


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