Oct 20, 2016 5:49PM

A Cara Delevingne Documentary Is Coming

Cara IRL.

Cara Delevingne has more than proved her cool human status beyond the worlds of modelling and acting by slaying dumb journos and giving lessons in self-acceptance on the regular. The ~true story~ of the outspoken chiller's rise to fame is about to get the documentary treatment.

The Cara Project has just been picked up by Revolver Entertainment and, according to Variety, it'll document her transition from model to actress. Cara's career kicked off at the age of 24 and since then she's modelled for every designer ever, and scored roles in movies like Suicide Squad, Paper Towns and Pan. Over these busy af years Cara also opened up about dealing with depression, and brought important conversations about sexuality and sexual harassment in the fashion industry to the fore.

There's not much other info about the project as yet, but you can expect to be mostly Cara being a silly bugger à la:



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My sleep chronicles available on my snapchat username- caradevilqueen

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Oh Mona, why did you say no? #imculturedme

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Photos: @caradelevingne

Lucy Jones