Currently the most in demand names in the fashion industry, these three beauties who are currently each racking up piles of campaigns for the top brands autumn campaigs are also household names with fans worldwide. Here is a look at the careers of the three supermodels, each with her own distinctive style.Gisele Bündchen, the new empress of style
Gisele Bundchen, the highest-paid model
The world's highest paid supermodel according to Forbes (which reports that she earned $42 million in 2013), Bündchen has signed at least 15 contracts this year. A spokesmodel for Pucci and Chanel for the SS14 and AW14 seasons, she has also lent her looks to Louis Vuitton, Carolina Herrera, H&M, Ipanema by Gisele, Pantene and Gisele Intimates for the Spring-Summer season. This fall, she will also be seen modeling for Stuart Weitzman, Balenciaga and Isabel Marant. Of course, Gisele is in the news daily, so it is likely that a few more campaigns could be added to her schedule by the end of the week.
She started her career posing for Bettina Rheims at the tender age of 14, and her waifish look was not to everyone's liking. But 20 years and one drug scandal later, she is more present than ever on the fashion scene. And according to the Sunday Times, she is even the wealthiest model in the UK with an estate of £55 million (around $93.6 million). This should allow the face of the "heroin chic" trend to comfortably retire someday, although she clearly has no intention of doing so anytime soon.
At 40, Kate Moss has still got it
During spring 2014, the 40-year-old supermodel posed for Alexander McQueen, Liu-Jo, Rimmel, Topshop, St Tropez, Kerastase, Stuart Weitzman and Lilabelle (her own fragrance). And that's not all: she is also prolonging her collaboration with ELEVEN Paris, which began last year, and will return as the face of David Yurman this fall.
A testament to her longevity, she is no longer merely a model. She provides brands with her opinions and expertise and even creates capsule collections, all without getting carried away and putting her name on everything. Whether for Longchamp or Topshop, the supermodel often imposes her own style on collections that are always successful, in large part because so many fashionistas aim to look like her.
Cara Delevingne, the new girl
I wear the same clothes, says style icon Cara Delevingne
Showing her undisputed potential for leading trends, she brought back strong brows, a style that had been banished from beauty salons for a good decade, and has become the champion of the caloric selfie (in other words: she isn't afraid of eating a cheeseburger in front of the camera).
This year, the supermodel was a Spring-Summer spokesmodel for La Perla, DKNY, Mulberry, Burberry Beauty and Yves Saint Laurent Beauté. For fall, she also poses for Balmain, Burberry, Mulberry, John Hardy and Topshop. As with Kate Moss, fans are eager to copy her look. Sensing an opportunity, Mulberry invited her to create her own collection of handbags.
Despite all her success, the supermodel could soon disappear from the runways, as she recently announced her plans to pursue a new career in music and film. And, a sign that doors are opening for her everywhere, she has already landed a number of roles, namely in "Anna Karenina" and "The Face of an Angel."