Elettra Lamborghini Net Worth
Elettra Lamborghini was born on November 30, 1966, in Rome. Her full name is Eleonora Maria Addolorata Elisabetta Antonietta Cosima Caterina Isabella Romana Lamborghini. She is the only child of the heir to the Ferruzzi fortune, Diego Lamborghini, and his wife Maurizia. She spent her childhood between Brussels (where her father was an ambassador) and Rome.
Elettra attended school at the Sacre Coeur College in Montmartre, Paris where she met classmate Paul Belmondo. They were married for two years but after they divorced, she continued living with him sharing a flat where she would meet people like Andy Warhol or Michael Jackson.
Elettra decided to be a model and made her first photoshoot in Rome with photographer Andrea Incontri. This was a test shoot for an Italian magazine, Lei, and the result was so good that they asked for more.
Elettra Lamborghini Net Worth 2021
- Net Worth:$10 Million
- Date of Birth: May 17, 1994 (27 years old)
- Place of Birth: Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
- Gender: Female
- Profession: Singer, dancer, television presenter, model, influencer
With her second photoshoot, Elettra moved from Rome to Milan where she would meet her major modeling jobs that started her international career as a top model. She worked for top designers like Armani, Kenzo, Valentino, and Versace among others. In those days she met Giorgio Armani who saw in her the perfect image he wanted for his line of clothing: natural, elegant, simple, and timeless even if sometimes a bit severe. He designed most of his clothes around her body.
Elettra was a model for thirteen years and then she decided to stop so as to study psychology and literature.
After her studies, Elettra decided she had enough of the fashion world and she went back to Rome with the idea of doing some humanitarian work. She built libraries in Africa where she also taught children how to read.
In recent years, Elettra has been developing her passion for design. With her first limited edition product that was launched in February 2007: the first-ever Lamborghini USB key that is limited edition and made from 18-carat gold and titanium alloy fully plated with hard lacquer automotive paint, which costs around $25000! And we said why women shouldn’t be able to design cars!