Bar Rafaeli Net Worth
Bar Rafaeli's Net Worth is 20 million
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Bar Refaeli was born at Hod HaSharon in June 4, 1985, Israel. Refaeli has been the face for ad campaigns for brands like Garnier, Desigual, Sears, Escada, Piaget SA, Chanel, Subaru, Gap and more. She had been the front page covers of fashion magazines such as Elle, Marie Claire, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, GQ Esquire, Grazia and Harper’s Bazaar. She was the Number 1 in the voting polls for Maxim’s magazine 2012 Hot 100 list. She also graced the cover for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue during 2009 making her more popular than ever.
Bar Rafaeli Biography
Bar Refaeli was born in 1985 from an Israeli Jewish family in Hod HaSharon, Israel. Their family own a horse ranch. Her mother was a successful Israeli model in the 1970s, under her maiden name Tzipi Levine. She began a modeling career at the age of eight months, when she appeared in commercials. She had to wear braces when she was young, postponing her modeling career. At age 15, Refaeli returned to modeling and signed with Irene Marie Models.
Refaeli began her modeling career before the age of 8 months for a baby commercial. By age 15, she was featured in campaigns for the fashion brands Castro and Pilpel, also starring in a commercial for Milki. Refaeli won the title “Model of The Year” in a beauty contest in 2000 and 2001. She was also chosen to be the home model of Renuar fashion network and appeared in their summer 2002 and winter 2003 catalogs.
Refaeli has appeared in ELLE, Maxim, and GQ. She debuted in the 2007 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, becoming the first Israeli model to appear in the magazine, posing with rock band Aerosmith. In 2009, Refaeli was the cover model for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. A photo from the shoot, featuring a bikini-clad Refaeli, was painted on the side of a Boeing 737 in a promotional deal with Southwest Airlines, leading to criticism of Southwest from passengers for using an image they regarded as inappropriately sexual and “offensive to families”. In October of the same year, Refaeli was again embroiled in controversy, when Haredi groups criticised a Tel Aviv billboard campaign in where she appeared semi-nude, saying that it could “poison” the public which cause the billboards to be removed.
She has been the spokesperson for fashion brand Luisa Cerano. She has modeled for Subaru, Accessorize, Besni, Marco Bicego, and Rampage. In 2008, Refaeli became the face of clothing line Hurley, and the Diddy cologne, “I Am King.” In 2009, she became the spokesperson of Garnier International and added the 2009/2010 advertising campaign for Morellato watches and jewelry.
On 5 March 2009, Refaeli received the “World Style Award,” presented by the Women’s World Awards, for her “natural elegance, sense of style and compassion.” In October of the same year, Refeali co-hosted Fashionable Istanbul’s press conference announcing their October 2009 fashion event, also appearing in its advertising.
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