Why do the highest-earning male models earn just a fraction of what their female counterparts get?
Posted 10/9/2013 12:41:00 PM

Male models seem to have it all. But a new  ranking from Forbes points out that they earn less than ten percent of what  female models take home each year.

The men may earn a hefty salary compared to  the average layman. But when you compare the list’s top earner, Sean O’Pry’s  $1.5 million salary with that of female list queen bee Gisele Bundchen’s $42  million take home, things take a dismal turn.

O’Pry, who has landed campaigns with Calvin  Klein, Versace, and Dolce & Gabbana, finished out the year just ahead of UK  favorite face David Gandy ($1.4 million) and Michael Kors model Simon Nessman  ($1.1 million).


They are the list’s only members to  crack  the seven-figure range. By comparison, the entire female list made it into the  multi-million-dollar zone, with the lowest salary ($3.2  million) going to  well-appointed supermodel Lara Stone.

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Posted By: Producer Thomas  
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