If there’s one industry where females dominate the males, it’s the fashion one. When you compare the cumulative earnings total of the Top 10 men to the women, it’s a measly $8 million as opposed to the ladies who bring in a whopping $83 million. Gisele Bundchen alone raked in $42 million while the top-earning male model cashed in only $1.5 million. Insane right?

Check out Forbes’ Top 10 Earning Male Models from September 2012 to September 2013 below. Almost half of them I’ve featured in my Model Behavior feature. I’ve linked their names to their respective dedicated post where numerous more photos are there for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy.

Forbes Top 10 Male Models 2013

10. Tobias Sorensen

Nationality: Danish
Earnings: $265,000
Major Campaigns: Zara, Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana,

9. Jon Kortajarena

Nationality: Spanish
Earnings: $290,000
Major Campaigns: H&M, Hudson Jean, Karl Lagerfeld.

8. Ollie Edwards

Nationality: British
Earnings: $410,000
Major Campaigns: Ralph Lauren, Neiman Marcus, DKNY

7. Tyson Ballou

Nationality: American
Earnings: $425,000
Major Campaigns: H&M, Calvin Klein, Jil Sander, Salvatore Ferragamo

6. Ryan Burns

Nationality: American
Earnings: $610,000
Major Campaigns: Emenegildo Zegna, Hugo Boss, Louis Vuitton

5. Noah Mills

Nationality: Canadian
Earnings: $740,000
Major Campaigns: Versace, Michael Kors, Dolce & Gabbana

4. Arthur Kulkov

Nationality: Russian
Earnings: $905,000
Major Campaigns: Barneys, Sisley and Russell & Bromley, Tommy Hilfiger, Dolce & Gabbana

3. Simon Nessman

Nationality: Canadian
Earnings: $1,100,000
Major Campaigns: Giorgio Armani, Calvin Klein, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana

2. David Gandy

Nationality: British
Earnings: $1,400,000
Major Campaigns: Hugo Boss, Banana Republic and Massimo Dutti.

1. Sean O’Pry

Nationality: American
Earnings: $1,500,000
Major Campaigns: Calvin Klein, Versace, D&G, Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors.

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