On the outside, it seems that Cara Delevingne has a perfect life. She’s a wildly successful model, actress, and now author. But…
Unless something else comes along to top it, yep, Luc Besson's new sci-fi bonanza is most likely the most divisive blockbuster of the summer.
While Cara Delevingne got her career started as a model, she’s pivoted away from runways in recent years and focused on acting. And she’s been pretty successful, having landed a starring roles in Paper Towns and Suicide Squad. But what could get Cara back on the catwalk? Karl Lagerfeld, of course! For Chanel’s latest Métiers d’Art Show, otherwise known as the Chanel Resort 2017 show, the English It-girl went back to her roots. Wearing black and white tweed ensembles, she walked — and even danced! — throughout the newly reopened Ritz Paris. ...
Celebs are picking up right where Hillary Clinton left off. At Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards in Hollywood on Monday, attendees had a little fun on Instagram finally “shattering” the glass ceiling. Female stars like Lena Dunham, Zendaya, and Cara Delevingne all took turns grabbing a prop of their choice and throwing it at the camera while also revealing whom they were shattering the ceiling for. For example, Zendaya threw some punches for her “little nieces.” Who are you shattering this ceiling for? "For all my little nieces. ...
At Burberry’s show during London Fashion Week, Cara Delevingne cozied up to fellow It-Brits including Alexa Chung, Lily James, Nicholas Hoult, and others. While a majority of those in the front row opted for Burberry classics such as trench coats and printed minis, the model-turned-actress gave off major glam-goth vibes, pairing a low-cut velvet LBD with a dramatic cape. While her outfit was eye-catching, it was the 24-year-old’s makeup that really elevated the ensemble to an entirely different level.
The actresses enjoyed dinner before hitting up a celeb hotspot in the British capital.
Going into Suicide Squad, much of the attention rightly focused on Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn as the breakout member of the dysfunctional, dastardly ensemble. When the team codenamed Task Force X is assembled, government puppetmaster Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) singles out the Enchantress as the linchpin, exponentially more powerful than the others, yet also the biggest wildcard. The challenge is reining in the source of her powers — an ancient demon-witch that has inhabited the body of a young woman with an only-in-the-comics name of June Moone.
It’s that time of year again! Fashion magazines are rolling out their covers for their respective September issues — and we’ve got them in one place.
The cast of ‘Justice League’ turned out to support their fellow DC Universe cast mates last night at the ‘Suicide Squad’ UK premiere in London’s Leicester Square. Zack Snyder, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Ezra Miller, and Jason Momoa were the surprise guests at the film’s gala screening that saw thousands of fans gathering to catch a glimpse of their heroes… and villains. (Image credits: PA)
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Cara Delevingne Instagram-documented her visit to the White House on Wednesday, and in turn, revealed her aspiration to live there in the future. She may be a Brit, but hey, if Ted Cruz can do it! According to Vogue, the 23-year-old was in The District to participate in a Funny Or Die roundtable discussion regarding climate change—and to apparently challenge Republican frontrunner Donald Trump to a ninja pose-off.
nless you’re John Boyega and you’re attending screenings of your own film in order to surprise fans, a celebrity going to see a movie in a theater on a whim isn’t that easy. But Cara Delevingne, like millions of others, just wanted to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens. So she found a way...
Collins, 82, spoke with The Cut recently about what advice she’s given her famously bushy browed goddaughter about the acting industry—and Collins certainly wasn’t holding back. “That’s what I always say to [Delevingne].
Maybe it’s still on your mental to do list to find out if the similar looking girls in the Balmain campaign are actually related? Suki Waterhouse, the English model and actress is one of the hottest ‘It Girls’ in London. Plus, elephant in the room alert, we all spotted her daily on all the gossip sites while she was dating big-screen hunk Bradley Cooper.
Photo: Love the look of excessive tattoos but don’t have the pain tolerance or ability to forecast whether you’ll still like having permanent ink on your arms in 50 years’ time? This time around, the tattoos are generally less flash, more abstract. At Dries van Noten, several models wore sheer gloves and body suits covered in monotone stroke and serpentine prints—an artistic nod to alternative, tattooed ladies. Photo: In Milan, DSquared2′s interpretation was more literal: Models wore body-con tops and full bodystockings—covered in a dense, full-color tattoo print—as a bottom layer beneath their clothes.
Photo: Getty Mango campaign stars Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss are supermodel BFFs, so of course we’re interested in all the details of their fashionable friendship. “I just wanted to put her in a little hutch.” Because nothing says love like trapping your homegirl in a pop-filled cage. And there you have it, guys – proof that these two wealthy and glamorous people are just as weird as you and your bestie.
Photo: Reuters There isn’t much that Cara Delevingne keeps to herself — in fact, she’s built an entire brand based on oversharing. “And I wish at that time I realized other people go through it, that I can talk to other people, that you’re not alone, you’re not an alien.” Her message to her fans, she asserted, has always been to accept yourself no matter what, to love yourself, and to embrace your flaws.
Whether you’re a Luc Besson kind of girl or Cara Delevingne kind of guy, here’s the opportunity of a lifetime: Yahoo Style is teaming up with the legendary French director—yes, the man behind The Fifth Element—to host a global costume contest for his next film, the hugely anticipated Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. In the film, which stars Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen, and Dane DeHaan, 8,000 different creatures exist on a space station called Alpha in the year 2580. They want to see your designs, which can be submitted via Talenthouse, and together with Yahoo Style’s editor in chief Joe Zee will select up to 20 winners whose costumes could be turned from a sketch into reality and featured in the final film. Besson says, “My hope is that by offering a contest like this to artists worldwide, we will gain access to inspired and original creations from a plethora of fresh perspectives, and the film will benefit from this collaboration.” Winners will be featured on Yahoo Style and in the film, plus receive $1000 for their work.