Cara Delevingne Covers Vogue's July 2015 Issue

Posted on June 19, 2015

Cara Delevigne covers July 2015 issue of Vogue

Actress and model Cara Delevingne covers the July 2015 issue of Vogue. The cover shoot was photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. Cara is wearing a Prada dress and Repossi ear cuff on the cover.

After conquering the modeling world Cara is now embarking on an acting career. She stars in Paper Towns, which arrives in theaters next month. She has also landed roles in Pan and Suicide Squad. Cara was also cast in a new Luc Besson science fiction film, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

Cara plays the powerful sorceress Enchantress in Suicide Squad. In the Vogue interview, Cara talks about the tough dietary restrictions that go along with the role.

Cara says, "I'm not allowed to drink. I'm not allowed good food. After turning 20 and eating McDonald's all the time and drinking too much, it started to show on my stomach and on my face. But I'm playing a homicidal witch, so I need to look ripped."

She also talked about how acting is what she really wants to do and how modeling is not real. She says, "The thrill of acting is making a character real. Modeling is the opposite of real. It's being fake in front of the camera."

Cara also opens up about negative things in the interview, such as depression and drug use. She credits her busy modeling career as keeping from her doing more drugs than she did. Cara says, "Honestly, I don't think I did anything different from other people my age. But I definitely have that addict gene. For me it comes out in an addiction to work. I'd probably have done more drugs back then if I hadn't been working like mad."

Cara models Rodarte, Burberry, Tom Ford and Paco Rabanne dresses in the cover shoot. She also models a Dries Van Noten faux-fur coat and a dribbles a basketball in a Giambattista Valli turtleneck and skirt. The Vogue feature also contains a collection of Cara photographs, many of which are likely from her Instagram and Twitter accounts. She's making odd faces in many of them - something she loves to do.

Photo: Vogue