I’ve added digital scans from the August issue of British GQ:
On an effort to raise awarened for the Lady Garden Campaign, which fights Gynae Cancer, Cara goes pantless for a magazine. For more info on Lady Garden, check their website: www.ladygardencampaign.co.uk. Below are the cover and two more photos
You can order your #LADYGARDENCAMPAIGN hoodie designed by @blackscore and show your support from 8th September from @topshop https://m.topshop.com/en/tsuk/category/we-love-432/lady-garden-5842330 Available in black or grey and comes with matching joggers. #gynaecancerfund #WhatDoYouCallYours #silentnomore #ladygardencampaign
Behind the scenes on our @gynaecancerfund shoot @theststyle @caradelevingne @poppydelevingne Big Thank you to all involved #ladygardencampaign #silentnomore #whatdoyoucallyours @gregwilliamsphotography @nikkitibbleswildatheart @topshop @Blackscore @poppydelevingne @LovingAlice @inparlour @cdelevingne @missmikasimmons @halpernpr @jennyhalpernprince @ttpetals
Now for the current magazines, including the latest Esquire and Vogue issue. There are a lot of them, and here is a sample of what is in the gallery. Just check the 2016 Section to view all of them.
Good afternoon, everyone! I’ve added several scans from magazines from 2015 that were missing from the gallery.
Below is a preview and all the links.
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Allure US – October 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Cara Chile Beauty Special – August 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Ciak – August 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Ciak – September 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Ciak – December 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Cleo Malaysia – September 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Cosmopolitan Chile – September 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Cosmopolitan India – June 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Cosmopolitan Mexico – August 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Cosmopolitan Philippines – December 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Elle Canada – October 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Elle Italy – July 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Empire UK – December 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Frida N15 – 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Glamour France – October 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Glamour Spain – August 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Grazia Italy – September 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Jalouse – November 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Joy Indonesia – August 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > LOOK UK – August 24th, 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > News Cinema – August 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > OK Pakistan – September 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Popcorn – December 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Solo – September 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > SPress – July/August 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > The Hollywood Reporter – July 24th, 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Vanity Fair Italy – September 2nd, 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Vogue China – October 2015
- Magazine Scans > 2015 > Vogue Japan – October 2015
Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie are the covers of the issue number 16 of Love Magazine. The Autumn/Winter issue is called Mean Girls and will be on sale on Tuesday. Here’s a preview of the cover and the video:
- Magazine Scans > 2016 > Love N16 – Autumn/Winter 2016
Cara is the cover star of the June/July issue of W Magazine. Here’s the cover, the photoshoot and the article with Lynn Hirschberg’s Screen Test Video at the end.
- Magazine Scans > 2016 > W – June/July 2016
- Photo Sessions and Outtakes > 2016 > #002 | W Magazine – June/July 2016
Cara Delevingne Talks Suicide Squad in W’s June/July Issue
The model, actress, and enchantress, talks about Suicide Squad, Celine Dion, and more in an interview with Lynn Hirschberg.
When Cara Delevingne was a child, she dreamed of being Spider-Man. “It was the sense of dressing up and feeling really tough,” Delevingne said on a beautiful spring day in New York. She had arrived at the W photo shoot directly from the airport, having flown in early that morning from Las Vegas, where her new film, Suicide Squad (out August 5), was on the lineup at CinemaCon, an annual industry event that celebrates all things major and upcoming in the movie business. In Suicide Squad, which is based on the darkest of the DC Comics, a gang of sociopathic archvillains unite to complete a highly classified government mission. It features an all-star cast, including Margot Robbie, Will Smith, Ben Affleck, and Jared Leto, who, as the Joker, took his character to Method Acting extremes: He powdered his skin, dyed his hair multiple shades, and sent his fellow actors gifts such as sticky copies of Playboy, anal beads, and what appeared to be a used condom.
Suicide Squad was shrouded in secrecy, but Delevingne could reveal that, like Spider-Man, her character has a double identity. During the day she is Dr. June Moone, a shy scientist in a tightly buttoned suit; by night, she morphs into the wildly seductive Enchantress. Delevingne was still in her travel garb (navy tracksuit, blonde hair tucked into a knit ski cap) and had yet to be transformed for W’s camera. “When I was a kid, I always wanted to be other people,” she continued. “I went through different stages: I was a few Spice Girls for a while—first Baby, then Sporty, and then Ginger. I was never Posh, because she wore little black dresses, and I didn’t want to be that kind of girl. Beyond that, I only dreamed of being male superheroes. Spider-Man, especially, had a cool costume and cool toys. There were not many strong superhero-type women, apart from Wonder Woman—but I didn’t want to be a 5-year-old running around in, like, a bikini.”
Although Delevingne still models—that night she would hop on a plane to London to shoot an ad for Rimmel London—she is very focused on her acting career. For the past several months she has been filming Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, based on a popular French comic book from the 1960s and directed by Luc Besson. Delevingne stars as Laureline, a space agent who solves crimes in intergalactic worlds. “That plot is a secret, too,” Delevingne said as she settled into the hair-and-makeup chair. “More is known about my life than the lives of the characters I play. My plan is to reverse that.”
An early adopter of social media, Delevingne, who turns 24 in August, has about 30 million followers and counting on Instagram. She has trademarked her name—and at one point even created separate accounts for her distinctive thick eyebrows, thigh gap (the space under her crotch between the top of her thighs), and bog eye (translation: the rubbery funny faces she makes). Unlike your typical model posts, hers are consistently goofy—she is not offering glimpses of the glamorous life. Instead, Delevingne is interested in using social media as a direct and honest connection to her public. Her followers are well aware, for instance, that she has a girlfriend (she has been romantically linked to the musician St. Vincent for more than a year), loves SpongeBob SquarePants, has about 15 tattoos, and, yes, likes to party. “They even know about my skin,” Delevingne said as she scratched a scab on the top of her head. For years, she’s battled chronic psoriasis. When Delevingne is stressed-out, her body erupts in angry red patches. “It’s my antenna,” she said with a laugh as she pulled at the rather long, unhappy skin tag on her scalp. “Do you want to feel it?”
I declined and changed the subject.
Lynn Hirschberg: Did you have to audition for Suicide Squad?
Cara Delevingne: Yes. I met the director, David Ayer, at a hotel in London on a dark and stormy night. He didn’t tell me anything about the movie. Instead, he showed me pictures of these amazing, enlightened, powerful, but very evil women. He spoke to me about addiction and mental illness, which are things I find very, very interesting. The next time I met David was at his house in L.A. He asked me to read a scene from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? I love that play and had acted in it at school when I was 17, so I was excited. Somehow, when we were doing the scene, I became livid. I hadn’t felt rage like that in years. And then I got the part! There still wasn’t a script, but David asked me to go and try and find a forest and, if it was a full moon, get naked and walk through the woods with my feet in the mud, which I did. There wasn’t a full moon, but I howled like a wolf. It would have been really funny if someone had seen me.
The forest where Delevingne revealed herself was on the property of her sister Chloe’s country house in the Southeast of England. Part of Delevingne’s charisma derives from the combination of her almost fairy-tale posh background and the real-world difficulties she faced growing up. Cara and her sisters, Poppy and Chloe, are British blue bloods, but their mother, a onetime It girl, had a heroin addiction and was in and out of rehab throughout their childhood. Ambitious even then, Cara began modeling at 16 and set her sights on becoming an actress. By 2013 she was the hands-down girl of the moment, appearing in more than 40 runway shows and in campaigns for brands as diverse as Fendi and H&M. Her meteoric rise invited comparisons to Kate Moss—only Moss can’t act. Delevingne won a coveted part in the 2015 film Paper Towns, playing a mysterious object of teenage desire. Somehow she was believable as an all-American high school rebel. I was curious how Delevingne, who is so British, was able to pull it off.
LH: Did you spend time in an American high school?
CD: Growing up in England, I thought everything I saw in American films was fake. I didn’t think New York was a real place! So it was the same with high schools. When we made the movie, I actually got a locker and popped into classes at a real high school. Last year at CinemaCon, I received an award for Paper Towns, which was funny because the movie hadn’t come out yet. I said, “None of you have actually seen me act, but thank you for trusting that I can.”
LH: Had you been to Las Vegas before?
CD: Yes. To see Celine Dion. It was so great.
LH: I would not have thought of you as a Celine Dion fan. Did she hook you with the theme from Titanic?
CD: Probably. That’s really bad because it shows I’m not the truest of true hard-core die-hard Celine Dion fans, but that song is great.
LH: Is that your go-to karaoke pick?
CD: No. I’m a really serious karaoke singer. You don’t want to go to karaoke with me because I try really, really hard. My favorite song to perform is Eve’s “Let Me Blow Your Mind.” You’ve got a lot of singsong, a lot of rap attack, and it’s emotional. That song has it all.
Right there, in her description of the song’s appeal, is the secret to Delevingne: She’s that rare synthesis of cultivated sophistication and psychological honesty. Her style god may be Eminem, but she weeps when she listens to Adele; she is worried about her skin and, so, tries to avoid stressful situations, and yet she’s restless, always up for an extreme adventure. “I like anything intense,” Delevingne said.
“When I was a child, I was obsessed with blood and death. This sounds really dark, but my earliest memory is of cutting myself. I was pretending to shave like my dad. One time, I covered my face in shaving foam, and I got his razor and ran it along the bottom of my finger and nearly cut it off.” She paused. “Do you want to see the scar? It’s barely visible now. But I like knowing that it’s there.”
Watch Cara Delevingne’s video screen test with Lynn Hirschberg to find out more:
The September issue of US Vogue brings a feature Forces of Fashion, featuring Cara Delevingne with an outtake from the her July cover. Here are digital scans and the photoshoot, thanks to Lora.
Everything is organized by year/month. Here are previews:
The August 2015 issue of Total Film magazines bring a feature on Cara and Paper Towns:
I’ve added scans from the August issue of Empire Magazine, thanks Luciana for the scans! Cara talks Paper Towns, Suicide Squad and how she hates being labeled.
Cara Delevingne makes close friends wherever she goes, so it’s no surprise that they all wanted to congratulate their model-turned-actress BFF on her July Vogue cover. In the words of Taylor Swift, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Pharrell Williams, Skrillex, Nat Wolff, Kristen Wiig, Amy Schumer, and more, here’s exactly why we all love Cara.
Music: “Hunter” by Pharrell Williams
Cara is featured on the July issue of US Vogue with a beautiful cover and new interview
Cara Delevingne Opens Up About Her Childhood, Love Life, and Why Modeling Just Isn’t Enough
“Trust me,” Cara Delevingne says, once we’ve settled into a Toronto bar so dark, so thronged, that even this instantly recognizable young person dissolves into the shifting masses. “I can find fun anywhere.”
I do trust her. Grinning and conspiratorial, all kinetic limbs and generous laughter, possessed of a demeanor that suggests that she has both seen it all and seen nothing at all, she slips so readily into familiarity that it’s hard to imagine we’ve never met before. She’d like to know everything about me, which is hardly the point; but it’s the point with Cara. “I love figuring out a stranger, sitting down and learning about their loves and struggles and everything,” she says. “People are my jam.”
I’ve added scans from the Summer issue of Total Film magazine, which features an article on Suicide Squad:
Cara is featured on the May 29th issue of Entertainment Weekly where she talks about acting and the upcoming Paper Towns. Thanks Claudia for the scans!
A star of Instagram and the fashion world, British supermodel Cara Delevingne hopes that a string of upcoming film roles—including this summer’s ‘Paper Towns’—will jump-start a successful career in Hollywood
THE NAME CARA DELEVINGNE may not yet be a household one, but for the 11.8 million people who follow her on Instagram, her daily antics make for compelling viewing. On her feed, one finds the 22-year-old English model showing off a tattoo of the word bacon on the sole of her left foot (258,547 likes); chowing on pepperoni pizza while making silly faces at a Toronto Maple Leafs game (602,778); and singing with Pharrell after a Chanel runway show (671,696) for an audience that included Katy Perry, Beyoncé and Karl Lagerfeld, who later said he’d been sitting with Beyoncé during the concert and that “she was very impressed.”
This is what a successful model looks like today: not the tallest, not the thinnest, but the one with a following that translates into dollars and influence. Delevingne’s social-media presence ranks higher than Lady Gaga’s or Justin Timberlake’s (if a bit lower than that of her close friends Rihanna, Taylor Swift and the Kardashians). Apart from her Chanel ads, Delevingne has landed campaigns for Fendi, DKNY, Topshop, Mulberry (where she designed her own bags) and Tag Heuer (the watchmaker launched a special-edition timepiece bearing her signature). “It doesn’t surprise me that she has built such a huge following,” says Burberry CEO and chief creative officer Christopher Bailey, who gave Delevingne her first big modeling contract in 2011. “The platform suits Cara perfectly because it’s so immediate. They get to see the real her—occasionally crazy, always fun and absolutely authentic.” Even Delevingne says that her digital popularity has helped her professionally. “I wouldn’t have done as well if I hadn’t had that. Not at all,” she says. “In the ’90s, I wouldn’t have been a supermodel.”