Cara Delevingne smoulders for DSquared2

Cara Delevingne stunning as she models the range of sunglasses for DSquared2

by hellofashion.com /


With a hectic schedule that saw her walk for the biggest designers in countless shows in Paris, New York, London and Milan, Cara Delevingne has had a very busy few months.

But the 20-year-old isn't showing any signs of slowing down – images of Cara modelling DSquared2 eyewear in the brand's Spring/Summer 2013 main retail lookbook have been released.

 

 

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The blonde beauty looks stunning as she showcases the range of sunglasses, striking a series of sultry poses for the camera while wearing big, gold jewellery.

Cara is currently enjoying the last leg of the fashion week carousel in Paris – strutting her stuff on the catwalk before partying the night away at after parties.

After taking to the runway for Jean Paul Gaultier at Paris Fashion Week last week, the blonde beauty headed straight to the after party.

 



Sporting typically casual attire, Cara looked cool in a beanie hat, a slogan tshirt and skinny jeans. She pulled some trademark silly faces for the cameras as she enjoyed the swanky bash.

Speaking to a reporter, Cara spoke about managing to look so fresh and maintain high energy levels during such a busy period. "I never used to sleep that much as I had insomnia a lot when I was younger, so I guess like two, three, four hours a night is good," she said.

She also opened up about her whirlwind success and her newfound supermodel status. "I don't like Cara the model," she said. "I'm just Cara and for some reason these people like to hire me as a model."

Cara has become close to singers and fellow celebrities Rita Ora and Rihanna recently, and she opened up about the friendships. "I think it's because you understand each other and a lot of the stuff you're going through," she said.

 

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