In modeling years, Kate Moss may be well past retirement age (that's somewhere around 25-30)--but she's making more money than ever.
According to the Telegraph, two of Moss' companies--Tilly Church and Skate LLP--filed figures with Companies House (the official government register of UK companies) this week revealing that the supermodel is richer than ever. Tilly Church posted profits nearing $12.5 million up from $7 million the year before; Skate registered nearly $6 million in assets, up from $3.7 million in 2010.
Moss, like most of her super peers, makes most of her money from lucrative endorsement deals (like her 10-year-contract with Rimmel) and collaborations (most recently an iPhone case collection with Carphone Warehouse). This season she's also the face of Versace, Stuart Weitzman and Liu Jo.
The recent filings bring Mossy's total assets at the end of October last year to $18.3 million--almost triple what she was worth in 2010.
Yep, it certainly pays to be beautiful.