Cara Delevingne was dazzling on the red carpet at a ‘Paper Towns’ event in a black leather mini-skirt and sheer black blouse. The model turned actress reminded everyone just exactly why she first became so famous! The pictures are going viral and you can see them right here.
Yes, the 22-year-old Cara Delevingne turned more than a few heads at the live event at YouTube Space LA in Los Angeles, and now thanks to the Internet, the rest of the world can join in. And just to think this wasn’t yet the red carpet premiere of the movie! Instead, it was a gathering to celebrate the music artists who contributed to the soundtrack
Cara Delevingne is clearly a hit already, and as for what happens with ‘Paper Towns’ the movie, well, that’s up to movie goers although the formula would seem a sure bet; based on a New York Times bestselling novel by ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ author John Green, and costars who include Nat Wolff, Halston Sage and Austin Abrams. It could well be a star-making movie for all of them.
In the meantime, the emerging actress is certainly game for the publicity. Not only has she bravely opened up about her painful teen years and been open about her relationship girlfriend singer St. Vincent — and refused to let media define her bisexuality as a “phase” as she clarified in a recent interview with the New York Times — but she’s also doing the traditional duties as well. That being dazzling on the red carpet.
Fashionists have identified her amazingly sexy and futuristic outfit as the exact same one she wore on the runway for Yves Saint Laurent. This time around, she completed the look with a gorgeous chiffon blouse and, accentuating her long legs she were some intensely high heeled lace-up sandals. A stunning look for sure, and a far cry from the dramatic role of the movie which sees her as a disappearing small-town teen whose the focus of a mystery.
But for the L.A. ‘Paper Towns’ event, no mystery at all. Check out many more photos of Cara Delevinge along with video below!
Photos: Cara Delevingne
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