Cara Delevigne is the New Face of Topshop

Since her first appearance on the runway in 2010, Delevigne quickly became a fan favorite with her fun quirky personality and her amazing brows that pretty much started a revolution. The Brit model quickly gained fame, and now with her new fall campaign, she just made history. Topshop launched their new Autumn/Winter 2014 campaign with Cara as their first-ever solo star. The campaign was shot by photographer Alasdair McLellan and styled by Kate Phelan, who claims that Delevigne was the perfect fit for the brand. “Cara is a true Topshop girl. Her style is confident and playful and she can be sophisticated and chic as easily as she can be cool and casual.” As an added bonus, they even gave her a bunny! Adorably named Cecil Delevigne, he now has over 100,000 followers on Instagram with his very own account. Needless to say it was love at first sight for the both of them, and the rest is history.


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