Many of the highest paid black female models are also the ones who have helped pave the way for future black models as well. Take a look at the highest paid black fashion models in history.
In 2007, Ethiopian-born Liya Kebede was the 11th highest paid model in the world. She received her big break in 2000 when Tom Ford hired her for his fall Gucci line. The world took notice when she was on the cover of the May 2002 French Vogue and the entire issue was dedicated to her. Her net worth is $15 million.
Discovered at the age of 15, this English beauty has been gracing the covers of magazines for more than two decades. She is considered to be one of the most famous black supermodels of all time. Campbell is worth $48 million. She makes most of her money from runway modeling and appearing on the cover of more than 500 magazines, including Vogue Paris and the European edition of Time magazine.