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Then in September 2014, Delevingne, Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls were the first supermodels to appear on the cover of American Vogue in ten years.

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Delevingne has the rare innate talent of trying things and being good at them: viral dances, beatboxing, singing, making interviewers feel like idiots and now, acting. Currently, she's starring in the movie Paper Town, and this year she has four more films being released, including Pans with Hugh Jackman and Rooney Mara. Pursuing acting won't exactly eliminate all of the problems and unhappiness that she endured working in the fashion industry—Hollywood is full of creepy and condescending men, pressures to look a certain way, and unwanted stress. In fact, there are probably just as many photoshoots. But Delevingne seems to be ready, she told The Sunday Times that fashion has made her tougher:

"If there is injustice I will flip out. If someone is crossing a line, they will know about it and so will everyone else," said Cara Delevingne.

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Let's take a moment to revisit some of her best catwalks, advertising campaigns, and editorials.

Cara in Victoria's Secret Fashion Shows:

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Cara in Chanel:

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Cara in Chanel with Pharrell:

Cara in Fendi:

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Cara in Burberry:

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Cara in LOVE:

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Cara in DSquared2, Giles, Jeremy Scott and Sister by Sibling:

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Cara in Garage:

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Cara in Valentino and Marc Jacobs:

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Cara Delevingne in DKNY:

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Cara in W Magazine:

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Cara in i-D Magazine:

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Cara in British Vogue:

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Cara in Balmain:

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The next time we see Cara and her notorious eyebrows won't be on the runway, but the big screen.

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Tahirah Hairston is a style writer from Detroit who likes Susan Miller, Rihanna's friend's Instagram accounts, ramen and ugly-but cute shoes.