Cara Delevingne unleashed in Centrefold

With Kate Moss on the cover and the likes of Cindy Crawford, Lily Cole, Alek Wek, Jourdan Dunn and Liberty Ross inside the pages, the 8th issue of Centrefold is looking like one to pick up. And we hadn’t even yet got to mentioning Guy Aroch’s cinematic black and white shoot of Cara Develevingne and Paolo Anchisi playing young lovers.

Cara Delevingne by Guy Aroch

Aroch’s shoot Take Manhatten is a bit tough, a bit emotive… and while I scold myself for using such a tabloid-worthy word, steamy really does spring to mind.

View the full shoot in Centrefold issue 8.

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