Friday, August 5, 2016

Cara Delevingne on the September 2016 Cover of ELLE Magazine

Cara Delevingne has been making her rounds promoting 'Suicide Squad' and you can also catch her on the September 2016 cover of ELLE magazine. On the cover Terry Tsiolis, Cara is rocking a SAINT LAURENT FALL 2016 one-shoulder sequin dress which was accessorized with CARTIER jewelry. Love her make-up & hair which complimented her chic, edgy look. In the issue she talks Will Smith, how yoga saved her life and more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview to see more images from her spread. For more on Cara's feature, visit and pick-up a copy on newsstand on August 16th.  

Top and pants by Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini. Bra by Eres. Earrings by Messika Paris. Tights by Wolford. Shoes by Christian Louboutin.

On taking yoga & how it saved her life:
For me, yoga's the only way I can really feel things and check how I am. Because there is always pain somewhere, even if it's completely irrational pain, and it's always good to find it and get it out. If I don't cry pretty much every day I will hold it in, and it will manifest in me in things that are destructive, like my skin.

On why she opened up about her struggles on social media & interviews after fans started sharing theirs with her:
I couldn't just sit there and listen to these girls, and boys, too, but usually girls, say this stuff, about bullying, about their sexuality, depression, and guilt and suicidal thoughts and just all of it, without being like, 'I have been through that, and it's going to be okay.' If I can help a teenager go through a better time than they should be, then I am going to fucking do that. I mean, fucking being a teenager suuuccccks. And I somehow came through the other end.

On Suicide Squad co-star Will Smith putting emotion first & why crying is a challenging in acting:
I don't think I have ever, ever cried in front of more than one person ever, ever. Because I grew up in this very 'Emotion is weak, head up, move on, onward and upward' kind of way. Which is not healthy. Her face starts twitching a little, like she might cry. Will Smith was telling me he brought up his kids to put their emotions first, and when I heard that, I was just like, 'Oh my God, that sounds like a fairy tale,'  she says. Because emotions should be put first. It's the most important thing. No, I'm not going to start crying.

Dress by Saint Laurent. Earrings by Messika Paris. Tights by Wolford.

Coat and brooch by Gucci. Tights by We Love Colors. Boots by Space Cowboy Boots.

Credit: ELLE magazine

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