Cara Delevingne earns more than $11,000 a day

Canadian supermodel Linda Evangelista is famous for once saying, “We don’t wake up for less than $10,000 a day.Cara Delevingne, who has graced almost every high fashion catwalk from Fendi to Givenchy this year, has seemingly taken this modelling motto to heart. The young supermodel earned almost $4 million last year, which is just over $11,000 (CAD) a day, it has been revealed.

Cara had close to $2 million in the bank and was owed a further $2.3 million from her modelling contracts, showed her accounts filed at Companies House by her firm Cara & Co.

Cara earned nearly $4 million last year.

The British beauty shot to fame when she burst on the scene with her bushy eyebrows and carefree attitude to modelling, often spotted pulling funny faces at photographers and goofing around backstage at Fashion Week.

She has since garnered a series of A-lister friends including Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Rita Ora.

With over 1.5 million followers on Twitter and almost 8 million followers on Instagram, Cara has firmly established herself as a modern day style icon.

Earlier this year she formed the ultimate supermodel duo with the iconic Kate Moss, starring in Burberry’s fragrance campaign, shot by Mario Testino. She is also currently the face of high street giant Topshop, starring in their Autumn/Winter and Christmas 2014 campaigns.

Aside from modelling, the pretty brunette has embarked on a series of projects from designing a capsule collection for accessories giant Mulberry, to reportedly working on her debut single with Happy singer Pharrell Williams.

Cara has also been vocal about her passion for acting, and featured alongside Keira Knightley in Anna Karenina. She is also set to star in the film adaptation of John Green’s popular novel Paper Towns.

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