Monday, August 14, 2017

Cara Delevingne on the September 2017 Cover of ELLE UK Magazine

Cara Delevingne is took the fashion world by storm and now she is coming for Hollywood. The model turned actress is the September 2017 cover star of ELLE UK magazine. On the cover which was shot by Kai Z Feng, Cara is wearing a CHANEL FALL 2017 metallic ensemble. In total, Cara has the three different covers for the issue. In her interview, she talks feeling empowered, writing books, being a role model and more. Continue below to read the excerpts from her interview and to see her other covers. For more on Cara's feature, visit and pick up a copy on newsstand on August 15th.

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On feeling empowered:
'It's about being in the moment and being yourself. You can't think about being empowered. It's a feeling that comes from inside.'

On what led her to write a novel for teenagers:
'I've always had this wonderful connection with teenagers…Just having girls message me being like, 'I'm really dealing with the pressure of my thoughts, my friends, eating disorders.' That kind of thing, where I was like, I have an opportunity to really be there for them and help…be a voice for teens and be honest as to how I suffered as a teenager.'

On the message she wants readers to take from Mirror, Mirror:
'That life is a beautiful mixture of wonderful disaster, but to truly love yourself is so important.'

On being a positive role model:
'When you're a teenager you're all looking for someone to idolise. Seeing the effect people like me have on teenagers now has made me conscious of kids having strong, positive role models who are trying to do good outside of themselves.'

On whether she will write any more books:
Yes. I have so many more things I want to write. This is something that I wanted to do for other people, but honestly it was for myself too. I needed to see whether I could. We all had to do creative writing and English, but I didn't enjoy it as much because I felt forced. Whereas now, that's all I do. I've just spent a week by myself in Germany, walking around the Alps, writing and sitting on top of a hill. That's when I feel like I get the most out of my days.'

Credit: ELLE UK magazine

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