Cara ‘quits UK modelling agency’
Cara Delevingne has reportedly left Storm Model Management.
The 22-year-old star became an international phenomenon thanks to her signature eyebrows, and her looks have landed her jobs for the likes of Chanel, Mulberry and Dolce & Gabbana.
She signed to the agency as a teenager after being scouted by founder Sarah Doukas, who also discovered British supermodel Kate Moss. However rumours claim Cara is no longer a part of the company as she is determined to focus on her acting career.
“Cara left Storm a month ago but it’s been kept very much on the down-low. The reality is Cara doesn’t see her future in modelling now and with the acting taking off she didn’t need the pressure of the agency," an insider told British newspaper The Sun.
“Sarah was gutted to lose her huge cash cow - Cara’s now one of the biggest models in the world with huge earning potential from brands. But Cara wants to do what makes her happy and fulfils her. She knows that’s not modelling in the long term."
Cara is quickly becoming a successful film star with roles in movies such as Paper Towns, Suicide Squad and Pan. As she's spending so much time in the US, it's thought her modelling work will now be organised by her American agency William Morris, who signed her in 2013.
She's still impressing with her posing though and just yesterday her second Burberry campaign with Kate Moss emerged. The pair previously teamed up for the fashion house's My Burberry fragrance last year and are back on top form to promote the new version of the scent. Again, the women wear the fashion house's iconic macs as they joke about with the perfume bottles.
They are also the faces of Mango's Autumn/Winter 15 campaign.