2012 was the year when Cara Delevingne well and truly exploded onto the fashion landscape, leaving a trail of chaos and eyebrow envy in her wake. But there's no sign that things are slowing down in 2013 as the Brit supe du jour has scored her first-ever Vogue cover.
Shot by Mario Testino, the spring fashion issue features Delevingne wearing a Giorgio Armani maxi and a PVC cap by SuperDuper. Testino, who also captured Cara for her recent Burberry campaign, is clearly a big fan: "Every so often girls come around that you don’t only want to photograph,” he says in Cara's March issue profile, “but you want to spend time with them.” We totally agree. From our sneak peek at the interview, it's safe to say that the girl's got charisma by the bucketful.
Cara covers everything from her eccentric upbringing to her pretty "meh" attitude toward being a superstar model — despite having the fash-pack in the palm of her hand. “There is something about modelling that stresses me out,” she says. “There’s something about having to be pretty…It’s just not me. I do sometimes feel a bit alien. It’s not that I don’t want it, or I don’t love it…”
Vogue's March issue will be available on newsstands from Thursday.
Photo: Courtesy of Vogue