British model Cara Delevigne and German actress Katja Rieman star on the the May 2013 issue of Interview Magazine Germany (you can see Katja’s cover after the break). Is Cara really the new Kate Moss, the issue asks? It promises to supply the answer alongside an ultra-sexy shoot of Cara.
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Smouldering eyes, strong eyebrows and nude lips: this is the Burberry beauty look model Cara Delevingne was wearing at the Anna Karenina premiere in London on September 4 and she looked nothing short of stunning. We all love how her eyes gave out a very mysterious vibe and how they really draw you in. It is a look perfect for the night and it was…
Always finding new ways to enact their trademark wink on their covers, i-D’s pre-fall 2012 issue sees faces obscured by a baseball cap, stuffed toy, and giant slice of pizza. Cara Delevingne, Charlotte Free and Kelly Mittendorf feature on the covers themed around youthfulness, photographed by Terry Richardson. View the other two after the break.
Most often when we see Cara Delevingne it’s in Burberry’s classic trench coats and London Look makeup; or perhaps some tomboy ensemble of leather biker pants and buckle boots. That’s both a strength, a natural fit for her British ‘it’ girl status, and an inevitable result of being a face of the Burberry brand. But while we always love seeing Cara in her attitude-laden, effortless…
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Infinite: that’s the number of times a trench coat can be reinvented. Or so it would seem, thank you Christopher Bailey. Even when limited to classic beige hues, Burberry’s fall 2011 collection alone manages to supply a range of (all rather desirable) options. There’s lace. There’s butter soft leather with shearling. There’s fur. There’s high-sheen, there’s matt, there’s above the knee and below. All modelled…
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Perhaps it’s the fact that it’s winter where I currently am, or perhaps it comes down to having a sense of the collection’s potential impact upon 2012’s fashion, but it’s fair to say that I’m always happy to take in any reinterpretation of Burberry Prorsum’s fall 2011 collection. A collection that makes burnt colours and a mod 60s vibe its hallmarks.