Cara Delevingne has launched Dior’s new Rose des Vents jewellery collection
The 27-year-old star fronts a campaign for the new jewellery collection from the luxury goods company, with Cara bringing her unique style to the publicity shots and promotional video.
In the photographs, taken by Mario Sorrenti, Cara is seen sporting some of the new, decadent designs.
The London-born model – who has also enjoyed success in the movie business – is seen wearing a range of rubies, diamonds, rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets in the snaps.
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See @CaraDelevingne put her playful stamp on the ‘Rose des Vents’ and ‘Rose Celeste’ collections by @VictoiredeCastellane, including a new range of rings, bracelets and necklaces in yellow and white gold encrusted with diamonds, onyx and mother-of-pearl. Paying tribute to Monsieur Dior’s passion for the divinatory arts, the collection also includes a celestial lucky charm: a dreamy medallion that pivots to reveal a majestic sun in chased yellow gold on one side and a sparkling moon on the other! #DiorJoaillerie © @Mario_Sorrenti
The Rose des Vents collection is designed to be fun and glamorous, and is marketed as being perfect for any occasion
Cara is one of the world’s most recognisable models, but she previously admitted to struggling with her own identity earlier in her career.
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Using magic tricks, actress and model @CaraDelevingne, the face of #DiorJoaillerie, presents the new creations from ‘Rose des Vents’ and ‘Rose Celeste’ collections by @VictoiredeCastellane. Mixing mother-of-pearl, malachite, onyx, pink opal and pivoting moon and sun medallions, these precious charms inspired by Monsieur Dior’s lucky talismans are meant to be accumulated and collected over the course of life’s joys and milestones. © Film: @CGaimari © Photo: @Mario_Sorrenti
The Suicide Squad star – who has taken a step back from modelling in recent years – shared: “I had no sense of who I was.
“I had no identity. All I had been was a mental illness, a child, a caretaker, or a supermodel, which just seemed so ridiculous to me.
“It was like my integrity, my morals, everything was rotting, like I just had nothing left, because I honestly was just selling myself. Because I wanted to belong, and I thought by people hiring me, that that was giving me a sense of who I was.”
Prior to that, Cara revealed she struggled to like herself during the early years of her modelling career.
She said: “Modelling fuelled this thing where pictures of me looking pretty were the only things I liked about myself.
“Take that away, and take the billboards away, and there was nothing left. It’s not that I thought I was pretty – the person on the billboard was pretty. It became a f***ed-up way to look at the world. I knew it wasn’t going to contribute to a healthy lifestyle and human interaction.”
Author: BANG Showbiz