Cara Delevingne is pretty much the epitome of the Topshop girl. She’s individual, cool, young, fun and quirky. She can go from street to red carpet and look perfectly at home on both. She can sure as hell rock a smokey eye and a 60s inspired shift dress and kitten heel. There’ll be no-one left wondering as to why Topshop tapper her for their latest…
Tom Ford’s expertise has always laid in an ability to embody pure luxury. The campaign for his latest Black Orchid fragrance release does it yet again, with Cara Delevingne bathing nude in darkly lit water surrounded by purple orchids.
I don’t think I need to explain why it’s so mesmerising to watch Cara Delevingne lip-syncing to LL Cool J’s “It’s Hard to Control Myself” while writhing on a bed of UFO candy. Actually, I’m not even sure I could. Suffice to say, it is. Watch the video after the break.
It’s not every day the opportunity arises to fly to New York and model alongside Cara Delevingne, in a campaign for DKNY, wearing a special collection of her design. For a few lucky Cara fans that day might be nigh. She posted a call-out on instagram earlier today with exactly that opportunity.
On a characteristically grey day in London, what could be more fortuitous than being gifted a personalised Burberry plaid blanket straight off the runway? Maybe, for the rest of us, being gifted with piercing blue eyes and a model physique a la Ola Rudnicka. But for her, the blanket must have been pretty neat.
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Decades cycle round and round, and the amount of earth-toned suedes and retro burnt orange hues we’ve been seeing can only point to (yet) another revival of the 1970s. It’s polished bohemian goodness that begs for a perfect blow-dry and sunkissed summer skin – a la Cara Delevingne in this month’s issue of Vogue US.
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If you thought we were crazy by calling out backwards shirt buttoning as a “thing” then maybe this will convince you of otherwise. The spring 2014 fashion trend was worn by Cara Delevingne, who made doing up the top button only look completely sophisticated when paired with one of Burberry’s sublime sheer lace skirts.
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When you’re Cara Delevingne, this is exactly what you do to close Stella McCartney’s autumn 2014 show at Paris Fashion Week.
There are always little styling ideas you can take away from the streets during London fashion week. Like the inspiration on how to wear a crop top during winter; how to layer a lingerie corset over a turtleneck; or how to look both cool and elegant in a pair of sneakers. Out latest roundup for Witchery‘s blog The ‘W’ Edit features all of those things…
Each model at the Burberry show yesterday carried a customised scarf imprinted with their initials. Cara Delevingne was carrying hers – marked “CJD” – after the show, paired with cool masculine tailored pants, boots, and a stomach-baring crop top.