South African Supermodel and philanthropist Candice Swanepoel is one of the top-earning models in the industry. She is best known for her work with Victoria's Secret and has been among the top ten earning models every year since 2010. Swanepoel has amassed a fortune from her career as a model and has been a source of inspiration for millions of aspiring models all over the globe.
It is widely established that Candice earns a ton from modeling. So let's deal with the numbers that the supermodel makes.
Candice Swanepoel has made numerous appearances in editorials of Vogue. She has been featured in the lifestyle magazine Elle and the men's magazine GQ. She has also been in Harper's Bazaar, V, Allure, W, and i-D.
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She has walked the runway for Chanel, Fendi, Michael Kors, Donna Karan, Jason Wu, Prabal Gurung, Rag & Bone, and many more. In addition, she has appeared in advertising campaigns of Tom Ford, Oscar De La Renta, Sportsmax, Betsey Johnson, Givenchy, and Miu Miu.
In 2010, Candice became Victoria's Secret model. She modeled the Kardashians' 2010 swimwear line. Swanepoel officially opened the first Victoria's Secret retail store in West Edmonton Hall, Edmonton, Canada.
Likewise, 2013 was the year when Swanepoel was named the cover model of Victoria's Secret Swim Catalogue. In 2018, she launched her own swimwear collection Tropic of C.
Candice Swanepoel's many other projects are yet to come.
As of 2018, Candice Swanepoel has a net worth of $25 million. Her 2012 earning was estimated to be $3.1 million. The following year, she earned $3.3 million. It is said that she makes $70 thousand for each Instagram post.
She rides a smoking SLS Mercedes which costs around $135 thousand. Candice owns a New York City penthouse which she bought for $1.35 million. This apartment was put on rent for a price of $6,200 a month. Whether this apartment has been rented or not remains unknown.
She has launched her own capsule collection of denim pieces with L.A. based denim line Mother. The proceeds of this collection would later go to the charity Mothers2mothers.