Delevingne sisters are Britain's most fashionable siblings

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With modelling campaigns for the likes of Mango, Alberta Ferretti and Louis Vuitton under her belt, it's no wonder that Poppy Delevingne is one of the models of the moment.

And younger sister Cara has recently followed in her footsteps, modelling for Burberry and strutting the catwalk at the biggest shows of London Fashion Week.

The blonde bombshells are mainstays of the fashion world, whether on the runway, gracing the front row or at the centre of A-list parties.

But despite the pair's high profile, their older sister, Chloe, has only stepped into the limelight recently. 



The three sisters were pictured together – on a rare occasion – last week, when Poppy and Cara supported Chloe by attending her charity event at New Fulham Road hotspot Barbarella.

With a degree in biomedical sciences from University College London, the eldest of the sisters now works as a charity fundraiser. Set up by UK craniofacial surgeons, the charity gives children with severe facial disfigurements access to life changing surgery.

Chloe revealed: "The quiz is always great fun but more importantly we raise a great amount of cash every year for some amazing charities.

"Facing the World is particularly important to me as I have worked with the amazing guys who run it. I can't thank everyone enough who has donated."


Granddaughters of renowned former English heritage boss Sir Jocelyn Stevens, the three sisters grew up in luxury in a Belgravia mansion and attended Hampshire Boarding school with Lily Allen.

Set to reign on the forefront of fashion scenes for a while, the good genes, long-limbs and blonde tresses of the trio are definitely the ones to watch out for.

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