Kendall Jenner Makes The Highest-Paid Models List

There’s no denying that Kendall Jenner is making serious waves in the modelling industry.

And now the 19-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has *officially* made it onto Forbes’ list of highest-paid models. Ooh.

Kendall came in at #16, having raked in a mighty impressive sum of $4 million over the past year.

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While it’s pretty obvious that Kendall’s been a big earner for a while now (she has KUWTK to thank for that), this is the first time she’s been recognised among her fashion peers.

So who nabbed the #1 spot?

Well. Way, way, way ahead of the rest of the fash pack is Gisele Bundchen, who’s received a whopping $44 million over the past 12 months.

> Gisele Bundchen has earned a huge $44 million in the last year


In joint second place are Kendall’s close pal Cara Delevingne and Victoria’s Secret lady Adriana Lima with $9 million.

They’re followed by Doutzen Kroes, Natalia Vodianova, Miranda Kerr, Joan Smalls, Karlie Kloss, Lara Stone, Alessandra Ambosio and Candice Swanepole.

What with Gisele retiring from the runway earlier this year, the line-up could look very different in 2016. Will Kendall or Cara rise up to top place?

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See the full 2015 list below…

1. Gisele Bundchen, $44 million

2= Cara Delevingne, $9 million

2= Adriana Lima, $9 million

4. Doutzen Kroes, $7.5 million

5. Natalia Vodianova, $7 million

6= Miranda Kerr, $5.5 million

6= Joan Smalls, $5.5 million

8= Karlie Kloss, $5 million

8= Lara Stone, $5 million

8= Alessandra Ambrosio, $5 million

8= Candice Swanepoel, $5 million

12= Carolyn Murphy $4.5 million

12= Kate Moss $4.5 million

12= Liu Wen $4.5 million

12= Daria Werbowy $4.5 million

16. Kendall Jenner $4 million

17= Hilary Rhoda $3.5 million

17= Jourdan Dunn $3.5 million

17= Kate Upton $3.5 million

17= Anja Rubik $3.5 million

17= Edita Vilkeviciute $3.5 million