Cara Delevingne Goes Topless And Wants To ‘Do You’ For Puma

Cara Delevingne, Puma, tattoo

There’s no denying that Cara Delevingne has a passion for life and for creativity, whether she’s acting, singing, painting, or returning to her modeling roots with a new ad campaign. Previously, Cara has expressed some frustration with modeling, opening up about the darker side of the business, and for that reason, Ms. Delevingne has stepped away to pursue her acting dreams. It seems she’s back, again feeling her love for fashion modeling, as she almost bares it all to help Puma Women promote their latest “Do You” campaign.

Cara Delevingne Embraces Puma Women’s “Do You” Philosophy

It's yours so own it @puma #DoYou #PUMAWomen

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As Teen Vogue shares, Cara Delevingne is back on top of her modeling game with a new campaign for Puma Women. The announcement first came on Cara’s own Instagram account, when she shared the first image of herself promoting the “Do You” campaign. In the image, Delevingne is seen laughing wildly, as she holds the shreds of her torn Puma shirt, just barely exposing her breasts. At midriff, Cara’s hips are exposed by equally torn Puma briefs. The overall theme seems to suggest a woman overcoming a foe to become victorious and celebrated.

“It’s yours so own it @puma #DoYou #PUMAWomen,” Ms. Delevingne captioned the image.

While the ad campaign accentuates Cara’s beauty and strength, it also inspires with messages of female empowerment at a time when gender equality is one of the biggest issues facing our society. Cara has been a devoted supporter of feminism and has become deeply involved in many aspects of the movement, so it’s not surprising that Ms. Delevingne was personally motivated to sign on for the new Puma Women ad campaign.

“To ‘Do You’ is to take ownership of yourself and finding the power within that ownership — it’s a very powerful statement,” Delevingne said. “It’s about accepting who you are, no matter your faults.”

Cara posed for a second Puma Women image in which she donned a black top with a lighter silhouette of a leaping Puma. Delevingne is also seen blowing a bubble gum bubble and donning a baseball cap, an image certainly meant to blur the gender lines in the wake of criticism of strict gender roles seen on recent magazine covers.

The only way to be you is to #DoYou!! So honored and pleased to launch the new #PUMAWomen campaign with @puma #BALOONATIC

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“The only way to be you is to #DoYou!! So honored and pleased to launch the new #PUMAWomen campaign with@puma #BALOONATIC,” Ms. Delevingne captioned the second image.

Cara Delevingne Shares Intriguing New Tattoo

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The model-turned-actress-turned-model again has been spending her free time getting some new ink, and as Entertainment Tonight reveals, Cara’s latest tattoo is stirring up a small bit of controversy. Going for something a little out of the ordinary, Delevingne has had a tattoo of a pair of eyes inked into the nape of her neck.

The tattoo was done by Bang Bang, a New York City-based artist to the stars, who specializes in original and oftentimes unusual tattoos. In the case of Cara Delevingne’s latest ink, Bang Bang gave the Suicide Squad star a new pair of eyes. Yes, Cara does have eyes in the back of her head, or her neck, to be more precise.

A fan of tattoos, this isn’t the first time Delevingne has been tattooed. In fact, she regularly gets new ink and most recently had her toes tattooed by her Suicide Squad co-star, Margot Robbie.

#tbt TOEMOJI TIME with @margotrobbie @suicidesquadmovie

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“Picture what a 4-year-old would draw and stick it on your fridge. That’s kind of one of my tattoos,” Robbie said of the tattoos she gave to Cara. “Like little stick figures.”

Cara Delevingne can next be seen on the big screen in Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, when it hits theaters on July 21, 2017.

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