Gisele Bündchen has once again dominated Forbes' list of highest-paid models. The Brazilian model claimed the top spot for 2016 earning $30.5 million. While Bündchen continues to be the one to beat by a long run, she actually took home significantly less than last year. Since Bündchen announced her retirement, her annual earnings have steadily decreased, from $44 million in 2015 and $47 million in 2014. Fellow Brazilian model Adriana Lima came in second with an annual haul $20 million less than Bündchen at $10.5 million.

Kendall Jenner is quickly climbing up the ranks after making her debut at No. 16 on the list in 2015 with $4 million. For 2016 she tied for third with Karlie Kloss after raking in $10 million—a 150 percent increase over the past year, a boost likely due to her deals with big brands like Estée Lauder and Calvin Klein.

Gigi Hadid landed on the highest-paid list for the first time in 2016. Hadid earned $9 million, which put her at No. 5, a tie with Rosie-Huntington Whiteley. Cara Delevingne also managed to make it in the top 10 with $8.5 million despite her "retirement" from modeling. According to Forbes, it was the models' large social media followings that helped them attract those million dollar deals. 

Here's the full top 10 in reverse order:

10. Miranda Kerr ($6 million)

8. Candice Swanepoel ($7 million)

8. Liu Wen ($7 million)

7. Cara Delevingne ($8.5 million)

5. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley ($9 million)

5. Gigi Hadid  ($9 million)

3. Karlie Kloss ($10 million)

3. Kendall Jenner ($10 million)

2. Adriana Lima ($10.5 million)

1. Gisele Bündchen ($30.5 million)

See Forbes' full breakdown of the highest-paid models here.