Supermodel stunner Jourdan Dunn is hitting out at the race pay gap within the modelling industry.
The 30-year-old beauty – who has fronted campaigns and walked catwalks for brands including Prada and Maybelline – says she has been paid less than white models when working on the same projects.
Jourdan has previously worked alongside fellow Births model Cara Delevingne and American model friend Karlie Kloss but says she received the least pay.
The model is now highlighting the apparent pay gap between herself and her peers – and says she is only now finding the courage to speak out after 15 years in the industry.
Speaking to the TTYA Talks podcast, Jourdan said: “Even for me now it’s just owning your voice and knowing your worth.