Post-Paris Fashion Week, model and actress Cara Delevingne briefly headed back to Los Angeles and New York before she returned to the French capital, displaying her effortless model-off-duty style on both sides of the globe. Though with last year's superhero blockbuster Suicide Squad, Delevingne was in full-on Hollywood mode, lately, she's been back in the fashion fold, appearing front-row at the Chanel Fall 2017 show and in a new campaign for the brand alongside Pharrell Williams. (A longtime muse of designer Karl Lagerfeld, she also last walked his Métiers d'art show and has long been a darling of Chanel. Next up, she'll appear in the Gabrielle Chanel film out in April.) Delevingne is also about to add another title to her already impressive resume: Her debut novel Mirror Mirror will be released in October.
Before she made her way back to Paris, Delevingne stopped over in New York for a brief reunion with one-time girlfriend St. Vincent, with whom she split late last year. But the 24-year-old model-actress was a solo act when she touched down in the City of Lights, displaying that effortless look that is the domain of models alone.
Who: Cara Delevingne.
When: Tuesday, March 21.
Where: Leaving her hotel in Paris, France.
What: A mulberry-colored baseball jacket by Saint Laurent with black striped track pants, a beanie embroidered with an all-seeing eye, and black Puma Heart sneakers.
Why: Delevingne looks effortlessly sporty in a baseball jacket, track pants, and trainers, combining the high (Saint Laurent) with the street (Puma) as only a model can do. Plus everyone knows French girls wear sneakers better than anyone else, so the British model's effortless look is also effortlessly Parisian.
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