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Cara Delevingne by Sabina Šinko

published on 2 November 2018

“I had just shaved my head for a film: at first I felt very self conscious and confused because my long hair had been attached to a feeling of femininity. I felt empowered by this look [Chanel S/S 17 Couture] because I finally realized that beauty has no right or wrong. Beauty has no definition. To be truly beautiful you have to love yourself and that’s all that matters.”

- Cara Delevingne

“I had just shaved my head for a film: at first I felt very self conscious and confused because my long hair had been attached to a feeling of femininity. I felt empowered by this look [Chanel S/S 17 Couture] because I finally realized that beauty has no right or wrong. Beauty has no definition. To be truly beautiful you have to love yourself and that’s all that matters.”

Illustration: Sabina Šinko
Press Image for the Met Gala Red Carpet Clothing: Chanel S/S 17 Haute Couture
Illustration by:
Sabina Šinko

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