Cara Delevingne in Florence

Gone is any semblance of her Tomboy self; and the ability to transform is what makes Cara Delevingne such an in-demand model. Photographed against the backdrop of Florence, Italy, she was shot by Quentin De Briey for Vogue Spain.

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Along with Massimiliano Giornetti, Delevingne’s full shoot appears in Vogue Spain’s January 2013 issue.

cara delevingne vogue spain

cara delevingne vogue spain

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