|Cara on British Vogue: March|
At just 20 years old, Cara features as the Cover Girl for March's Vogue and I couldn't be more delighted. Parading among the promotions of Victoria's Secret, DKNY, Chanel & being the face of the Burberry Beauty Campaign, success and exposure have been plentiful for Cara's current reign. Always delicately dressed and providing a unique and sensational approach to modelling, many are simply charmed by the breathtaking young woman. Previously featuring in Vogue Korea, Italia & Russia it was inevitable that Cara would soon grace the cover of British Vogue. With parted pink lips and sporting an embroidered satin maxi dress by Giorgio Armani and a youthful cap by Canvas and PVC; Cara's dynamo disposition is so divinely expressed. That one bent finger placed underneath her chin and the legendary power brows bushy and out to play. So divine. I can confidently say that this is the most impeccable Vogue Cover i've ever seen. I'm confident that in 50 years this very cover will indefinitely be a rare and beautiful glimpse at the finest lady's of fashion the early 21st century had to offer. If you have the honour of owning a copy just know that you own a piece that will be a desirable collectors item one day - might sell for just a grand or two. Inside is a wonderful witty article, written by (my favourite vogue editor) Emily Sheffield and an exhibition of Cara donning checked turtlenecks and glorious green biker two-pieces. Her flawless form in front of the camera is deservingly meritorious.
|The new Kate Moss and Britain's new darling?|
Currently Cara is enjoying fame and the fashion empire is ever anxious to give her praise. Without fail she is constantly heralded as a sensation and plastered over every catwalk show you can name. The new Kate Moss? Well it's rather cliché that every new young model is instantly assumed the title of 'The new Kate Moss' and then never seen again, but could it be a reality this time? She's already featured in LOVE magazine alongside Kate Moss and it's believed that they are close acquaintances. It's prominent that the British Model is currently writing parts of fashion history through her numerous appearances and features but to what extent will this hysteria go. Buzzes like this have been placed on models in the past but this is definitely something different. I'm rather hopeful that Delevingne is a salent figure in many years to come. Whether or not she manages to live up to the kudos of Kate Moss is one thing, but I don't believe it's relevant. Cara doesn't need to follow the footsteps of the 'heroin-chic' Kate, she's already in a class of her own. Either way she will prevail as a paramount significant in British and International style - She already has. ■