Cara Delevingne does Twiggy (and others)

It’s her kooky personality that’s made her as much a celebrity as a model, but for their June 2013 issue Vogue China decided to highlight another of Cara Delevingne‘s strenghts: her versatility. The editorial inside the issue takes the name The Transformer, and goes from a shot of Cara as her baseball-cap wearing tomboy self, to impersonator of 1960s fashion icons Twiggy, Edie Sedgwick, Jean Shrimpton and the thick-fringed Penelope Tree.

Cara Delevingne as Penelope Tree

cara delevingne as twiggy

cara delevingne as jean shrimpton

Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, the full shoot appears in Vogue China’s June 2013 issue.

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