Aspiring models everywhere try to make it to become the next big Kate Moss or Gisele, each year. But only a few get to make it, even into models.com coveted Top 50 Models, Industry Icons, The Money Girls, and very few make it into The Supers. Models.com has officially changed up their rankings, as they annually do in September and in February. Who made it?
The Money Girls list had a lot of new editions made to it’s list, some of them even surprised me. I was pretty shocked, and excited to see one of my favorites, Sigrid Agren make it into a the list, at Number 36 for all her work at the Chanel brand, and her contracts with other brands like Sportmax, Elie Saab, and Daks. And to my surprise Chanel Beauty face, Jac Jagaciak was ranked just right above Agren at 35. There’s no surprise that the four Estée Lauder faces all new it into the list. Joan at 21, and Liu and Constance tied at 22, and Arizona at 25. The Karlie Kloss has definitely made it into the list at 28, surprising I thought she would be higher. Michael Kors face, Karmen Pedaru has ranked the highest of the Newest editions of The Money Girls. The all-time Michael Kors face who has been ranking up contracts daily has ranked at 17. And to my surprise, One of my favorite models Frida Gustavsson has made it in at 32, for her many perfume contracts, and her new Maybelline contract (scream), as well as her contracts for brands like Valentino and Express.
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