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Linda Evangelista Files Lawsuit Over Disfiguring Cosmetic Treatment: Explore About Her Net Worth, & Awards

Linda Evangelista Net Worth

Supermodel Linda Evangelista filed a $50 million lawsuit after she got permanently disfigured by a cosmetic treatment that did completely the opposite of what it claims to do to the body.

Linda Evangelista’s claim of a ‘cool sculpting’ procedure done 5 years ago has permanently disfigured her body. Due to an adverse reaction to a fat reduction procedure, which is a rare side effect. That lead to Evangelista’s fat cells increasing and disformed her body.

Linda Evangelista confirmed this news to her Instagram followers.

“I have been left, as the media has described, ‘unrecognizable’,”.

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Linda Evangelista further explained that the prime reason behind her exit from the public eye was her body deformation caused by the cosmetic procedure she underwent 5 years back.

Canadian model Linda Evangelista described to her followers that the procedure not only ruined her life but also caused her “a cycle of deep depression, profound sadness and the lowest depths of self-loathing.”

Linda Evangelista has maintained a low profile in recent years and rarely posts on her social media. Whenever she posts on Instagram, she is often seen partially obscured her face by a headscarf or hat.

In response to Linda Evangelista’s post, stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, designers Jeremy Scott and stylist Karla Welch showed their support in the comments. 

How Much Is Linda Evangelista’s Net Worth? Career Insights

Canadian Supermodel Linda Evangelista’s net worth has an estimated net worth of around $40 million, and she is best known as one of the original supermodels.

Linda has featured on over 600 magazine covers. She ruled runways during the 80s and 90s as she was one of the original supermodel. Linda’s quote, “We don’t wake up for less than $10,000 a day” is very famous.

Linda moved to New York in 1984. Her first major fashion magazine cover was for the L’Officiel November issue.

In 1985, she joined designer Karl Lagerfeld of the fashion house Chanel. She worked for more than 700 magazine covers worldwide.

She also worked with designer Gianni Versace in 1987. Other fashion brands she modeled for are Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana, Gianfranco Ferre, Ralph Lauren, Yves Saint Laurent, Azzedine Alaia, Oscar de la Renta, Giorgio Armani, Calvin Klein and more.

Supermodel Linda was one of the five original supermodels at the peak of her career from the late 1980s to the early 1990s.

In 1988, Linda’s simple boyish crop hair cut made headlines on the advice of fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh. As initially, it was not accepted by the fashion industry, leading her to 16 shows. Later, the haircut was famous as the “Linda” haircut and was sported by many celebrities.

In 1998, She announced her retirement. However, she made a comeback in September 2001. On the cover of Vogue. And worked till 2016, before her deformation.

Awards & Achievements

Linda Evangelist has served many years in the fashion industry. As a model, she has gain achievements and many awards. By People magazine in 1990, she was named as 50 Most Beautiful People.

In 1996 she received a special lifetime achievement at Fashion and Music Awards. She was a star on Canada’s Walk of Frame in Toronto in 2003. By Women’s World Awards in Leipzig, Germany, in 2005, she was named as World Fashion Icon. In the same award show, she was awarded the World Style Award.

As a model in March 2008, she was honored by the title The Greatest Supermodel of All Time by viewers choice in CBC Television.

She was also ranked 8 in World’s Greatest Supermodel by Channel 5.

In 2009, she was featured in The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.