The nonconformist Cara Delevingne transforms into a trendy “It girl” for Vogue July 2014 magazine on the streets of London with photographer Mario Testino.

Vogue’s sit-down interview with Delevingne went into details of a few topics that touched on different areas of her busy life.

Her most recent career move was shooting for a Mulberry campaign last week that highlighted The Cara Delevingne Collection and previously worked with Burberry (see: Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse Fly Around Burberry Shanghi Opening)

Even though she is known for her rebellious nature and her silly photos on her Instagram, her character instantly switched to a refined girl out in the town with A-line cut pieces and big bows that cinches the waist.

The 5’9 foot model is shorter than most of her peers but knowing how to alter her look for the camera is one of her strongest suits.

Karl Lagerfeld mostly known as the creative director of Chanel and Fendi, along with an array of artistic talents including photography, commented on Delevingne’s modeling. “Cara makes everything look right,” said Lagerfeld. “A kind of young Coco, but free and not bourgeoise.”

10-year-old Delevingne landed her very first modeling gig with Italian Vogue, now 11 years later in her successful modeling career she is represented by Storm Models  and continues to shoot with Vogue.

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