A year ago, it was almost impossible to escape Cara Delevingne. Her face has fronted campaigns for the likes of Burberry, Chanel, Tag Heuer, John Hardy, DNKY, Topshop, YSL beauty, Tom Ford beauty, Mulberry and Balmain (that's just in the last 12 months)  and being the certified click-bait gold she is, every. Little. Thing, from the time she used a vibrating mascara to her #freethenipple campaign, made viral news. Yep in 2014, the internet reached peak Delevingne.

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However, it seems that the era of Cara the model, may be over. For the last few months, rumours of Delevingne's retirement from modelling have been circulating, with the model even giving them some weight when she confessed to Vogue last year her love of acting and her aim to pursue it, adding that, "Hopefully the fashion thing is a stepping-stone." Now, Delevingne's modelling agency, Storm Model Management, whom she's been with since she was 15-years-old has removed her headshot from their website, fuelling rumours that she is stepping back from the profession that has made her a household name, into a more serious one as an actress.  And with more than seven films currently in the works, the move seems to be working out for her.

Watch the trailer for her next film, Paper Towns (in cinemas July 16) below.  

 

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