Cara Delevingne, the spiritual successor to the easier-to-spell Kate Moss, is absolutely everywhere. She’s the model whose style and attitude have come to define fashion in 2014. It’s become a fundamental law of the universe that you can’t spend more than twenty minutes online without seeing her name. When she’s not posting pictures of herself with celebrities on Instagram, she is walking up a storm on prestigious catwalks all over the world. Cara’s uniqueness? Until recently, her brows (heavy, bushy and in surprising contrast to the rest of her delicately pretty face) is the most cited reason for her success.
Discovered by Storm modelling agency (same discovered Kate Moss in 1988) while at school, she became the face of Burberry and Chanel and was named Model of the Year at the British Fashion Awards in 2012. She first appeared on the cover of British Vogue in February 2013.
As a model, she really stands for not being a model. When she started, the whole idea of modelling was very different; it was a bit “stuck-up”. No one was trying to have fun, or not even have fun, but be willing to smile. That smile, allied with a series of comedic expressions, became official Cara Delevigne’s trademark.