She's managed to parlay her success in the modeling world into countless movie and television projects – but that isn’t the only mold that Cara Delevingne broke. Over the years, the Carnival Row actress unashamedly showed off her androgynous style and female partners, proving that one could have a major Hollywood career and be openly out to the world. In her recent revelations about pride and being true to herself, though, it appears that wasn’t always so easy.
When it comes to her sexual identity, Cara Delevingne has been fearless in her honesty about it as a journey of discovery as you go. She seemed to find her true self right in front of us, as she first identified as bisexual, then genderfluid and now pansexual. Yet apparently, Delevingne was actually quite scared to be so open about it all. She told Paper Magazine:
As June recognizes Pride Month, it is apt that the actress is translating her queer identity into her new collaboration with PUMA. Her old all-black outfits aren’t gone entirely, but Cara Delevingne is incorporating more color into the scheme. She revealed that becoming more comfortable in her identity was actually “a big inspiration” for the collection. The same appears to apply to Delevingne’s work in movies and television, as well. She said:
The Amazon series Carnival Row, though a fictional telling of fae versus human, manifests as a true representation of people being divided and shamed for who they are. These themes clearly align with the aims of Cara Delevingne, who plays the show’s lead, Vignette Stonemoss.
The new season of the Cara Delevingne and Orlando Bloom was delayed due to the pandemic, but it will be finish up filming the second season this year. Hopefully, those signature Victorian corsets will be a little looser this time around.
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