Gisele Bundchen on Track to Become World’s First Billionaire Supermodel

In addition to her campaigns with Versace and Dior, she is licensing her name to a slew of products that could net her big bucks, says Forbes.
Gisele Bundchen on Track to Become World’s First Billionaire Supermodel
Gisele Bundchen on Track to Become World’s First Billionaire Supermodel
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Ka-ching: Gisele Bundchen is on track to become the world’s first billionaire supermodel.

In addition to her campaigns with Versace and Dior, the 30-year-old model -- who has an estimated $45 million annual income -- is licensing her name to products ranging from jewelry to eco-friendly cosmetics and lingerie, according to Forbes. She also has a lucrative line of sandals with Grendene, one of the world’s leading makers of synthetic footwear. Forbes reports she also is looking to sell a stake in Sejaa Pure Skincare, the eco-friendly cosmetics company she founded last year.

Even more bucks may be on the way for Bundchen.

Her lingerie company, Gisele Bundchen Brazilian Intimates -- which she launched last year through a joint venture with Hope, the Brazilian equivalent of Victoria’s Secret -- also could land her as much as $19 million a year, the site reports.

And then there are her real estate investments.

Forbes reports that her portfolio includes a hotel she owns in the south of Brazil; property in an Bahia; a villa in Costa Rica and a Brentwood, Calif., estate that she and husband Tom Brady snapped up for $11 million (for the land alone) and will reportedly drop another $20 million to develop.