Cara Delevingne photographed with her bunny Cecil for the 'Telegraph.'
Last week, Vogue published a profile with Cara Delevingne that was about, among other things, how the model slept through not one but two interviews with the writer. Cara went on the defense, but didn't deny that it happened (look, growing girls need their sleep, OK?). So, when the Telegraph approached her for an interview, Cara's only request was that it be conducted in bed. And the reporter obliged, because who wouldn't want to have a sleepover with Cara Delevingne?
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Though the interview's intended purpose was to discuss Cara's Mulberry collaboration, the interview touches on a lot more than style, including sexuality. Cara is extremely open—a quality underlined throughout the interview—so when the conversation veers towards sexuality, she doesn't shy away from discussing it. "I'm young, I'm having fun, I don't want to pretend to be something I'm not," she says. She doesn't elaborate much, but does say, at this point, she'd rather hang out with girls than dudes because "most guys are not like, 'Oh, we should just be mates.'" She clarified, they "just want to have sex with you." That's not all she reveals, though. Like, not at all.
It's only Tuesday, but Cara Delevingne is already having the best week of her life. In the last 24 hours, she flexed her acting skills in a new trailer for an upcoming British TV show, got matching tattoos with her BFF 4EVA Jourdan Dunn, and frolicked around in a trench coat in Burberry's latest campaign. (In the last 24 hours, I rewatched the entire season of Faking It and finished a large pizza by myself, so we're both pretty accomplished.)
But she just upped the ante by announcing a new capsule collection for DKNY. Yup, that's right: Cara Delevigne is tacking on a "slash fashion designer" to her already abundant resume, right after "model slash actress" and right before "professional human being slash worldwide eyebrow muse."
After the party, as the saying goes, comes the after-party, and there were a whole lotta them after last night's Costume Institute Gala—because, unlike Cinderella, celebrities' fancy dresses don't disappear at the strike of midnight.
Nice tube socks, Kris.
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Well, usually. In the case of a few of our faves, though, they very well may have. How else can you explain why Kristen Stewart, who was looking unusually ladylike in a Chanel number that had enough sequins to impress a prom queen, made a sudden reappearance in Chucks and a T-shirt (a perfect and frustratingly elusive worn-to-threads vintage tee that probably cost as much as a year's worth of Hanes crewnecks, but a tee nonetheless)?
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Happy birthday, Mean Girls! The movie that defined the early aughts and gave the world enough quotes to last a lifetime turns 10 today—which officially makes us feel ancient. Tina Fey's masterpiece has taught us a lot over the past decade, from basic calculus (the limit does not exist!) to the dangers of an all-carb diet. But perhaps most lasting are the various fashion lessons the film doles out. After watching Mean Girls, have you been able to buy a skirt without asking your friends first if it looked good? Or worn track pants on a day other than Friday? I didn't think so.
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And let us not forget the most important decree in the Plastics' Rulebook: "On Wednesdays, we wear pink." How appropriate that Mean Girls' 10th birthday falls on a Wednesday! To celebrate this twist of fate, we decided to look back at some of our favorite rosy fashion moments from the past year—as well as a few older, iconic looks that we HAD to include. Pink is just so fetch, don't you agree?
Jay Z and Beyonce wear ski masks for their On The Run tour poster.
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I'm not sure how many instances it takes to be able to officially dub something a "trend," but I'm pretty confident, we can call ribbed ski masks a ~thing~ at this point. If not just now, then much, much earlier. You've probably seen it by now, but Jay Z and Beyonce are touring together (!!!) and the poster they released yesterday in promotion of the their On the Run joint tour depicts the power couple in matching black ski masks. The knit face coverings are, yes, a throwback to your "'03 Bonnie and Clyde" Hov and Bey, but they're also one more stop on the seemingly never-ending train of celebs wearing ski masks. What's that you say? You didn't know ski masks were trendy? OMG, don't worry, I'll catch you up.
TYLER, THE CREATOR
Tyler, the Creator performs in a ski mask.
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I know Tyler, the Creator didn't invent the ski mask, nor does he bogart it as a signature, but he's one of the earliest sightings of a ski mask I can recall from recent times.
TWENTY ONE PILOTS
Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots performs in a ski mask at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards.
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Also, you may have just heard about Twenty One Pilots thanks to their high-energy performance at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards, but their ski masks were not a nod to Spring Breakers or to Russian punk band Pussy Riot (more on both later). They're a hallmark steez for the band and have been for years.
Cara Delevingne walking the Giles runway during London Fashion Week and Instagramming.
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IDK about you, but I can barely walk in a straight line without keeping my eyes firmly planted on the ground in front of me. Trying to operate my phone without tripping or stepping into oncoming traffic? Never gonna happen. And thanks to Cara Delevingne, I'm made even more blatantly aware of my lack of motor-skill multitasking.
As if headlining London Fashion Week wasn't impressive enough, Cara filmed herself DURING her runway walks at Giles Deacon's show and posted the footage to her Instagram account. Of course, she made it look super easy and natural, which is why she's a professional model and I'm not (yep, that's the only reason).
The first of her six vids was like a teaser trailer. Cara shows us the backstage lineup, yelling, "It's about to happen, it's about to happen! Oh my gosh, first live video from a catwalk! AHHHHHHH!"
Jourdan Dunn, Cara Delevigne, Eliza Cummings, and A$AP Rocky for DKNY.
Photo: DKNY's YouTube Page
With all of the brands that A$AP Rocky name drops in “Fashion Killa”—all 27, to be exact—it’s pretty crazy that it took this long for one of them to tap the song as a promotional soundtrack. Fittingly, DKNY, who already released a print campaign featuring A$AP, is the first. In the video for DKNY’s Spring/Summer 2014 campaign, perrrfectly timed for the Super Bowl this Sunday, master funny face-maker Cara Delevigne tosses a football around Times Square with fellow models Jourdan Dunn and Eliza Cummings while they’re all wearing sporty logo-emblazoned gear by the brand. Rocky is tossed the ball only once. Ladies, look to Rocky: He's open, he's open! Football has never looked so fun. Seriously though, when’s the last time you saw someone crack a smile while throwing around a football? When’s the last time you saw someone spike a football while standing on a taxi? #CaraDelevingnesTouchdownFace
When Rihanna dresses for anything—especially New Year’s Eve—you can guarantee her outfit isn't going to be #basic. At her festive dinner party, the singer boldly wore a black bustier and satin platinum suit to cook for her crew—no apron needed, of course. Like everything else she does, Rih cooks with an edge. Not only did she treat her friends to a meal she helped make AND plate herself (all while keeping her pristine suit untouched throughout), but before supper, Rihanna gave a guest a hand with her hair. Rih styled the do of One-time rumored roomie/model Cara Delevingne into a sleek ponytail. #girlshelpinggirls
Demi Lovato showing off her ear cuff at the premiere of 'Frozen.'
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Demi Lovato arrived at the premiere of Disney's new animated movie, Frozen, wearing one of the year's most popular trends: hair dyed to match the color on the movie's poster. JK, she was wearing an ear cuff! Tucked away under her messy blue bun, was a gold cuff that snaked up her ear and complemented the gold tassels that adorned her black Altuzarra dress. Demi joins Jennifer Lawrence and Cara Delevingne and a grip of other PYTs in the cuff club: these accessories have spread among models, actresses, and musicians and now deserve a major role in the lives of regular peeps (perfect holiday timing, TBH).