After she called it quits on modelling, Cara Delevingne has lunged herself into an impressive acting career, with blockbusters like Suicide Squad and Paper Towns already on the CV.  So when Cara decided to take on a new modelling gig  - you know it's only going to be for something good. 

On Monday, Delevingne was announced as the new ambassador of Puma, joining the famous family with fellow pals Rihanna and Kylie Jenner. And to make this ad even more awesome, Rihanna directed the entire campaign, continuing her role as the brand's creative director for womenswear. Cara explained to Refinery 29, "It was effortless to collaborate with her because she's a close friend," she said. "I really admire both her business mind and her creativity, so working on this campaign together was a really great experience."

Rihanna directs Cara Delevingne's first Puma campaign

The "Do You" objective is to encourage individuals' authenticity and originality - an ethos we believe the 24-year-old already has down pat. "It's about accepting who you are, no matter your faults," she explained.  And it's clear Cara's training for upcoming sci-fi flick Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is paying off. Cara's displaying some rock-hard abs and an ultra toned body in the series of photographs. 

Rihanna directs Cara Delevingne's first Puma campaign

The "Do You" campaign launches this month, and will be dropping until December. 

Rihanna directs Cara Delevingne's first Puma campaign