26 June 2013 by

Cara Delevingne Has Animal Magic! See The Model Working With Wildlife

You know the phrase 'never work with animals or children,' well Cara Delevingne isn't one to play by the model handbook. She has no problem draping a snake around her neck or posing with a live, flapping bird in her hair. For her Autumn Winter Mulberry campaign Cara is joined by a flock of owls, with birds resting on her fingers, toes and shoulders.

Cara D said to Grazia Daily about her first Mulbs campaign: 'I love working with animals and especially owls. The best moments were when all the owls kept poo-ing on me - there was a real problem with poo on this shoot!' A quick flick through her portfolio proves that she really DOES love working with animals. So far in the Cara Delevingne modelling menagerie there are giraffes, tarantulas, puppies, kittens, snakes, lizards, lemurs, owls and ducks. She dressed as cat woman holding a black cat for LOVE Magazine and had a tarantula covering her eye for her i-D Magazine cover.

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Then and now: Cara D's rep style

Some models might shudder at the thought of being led into the reptile room at the Zoo for a fashion shoot, but not the Delevingne as she has been living a wild lifestyle since she was small - she posted a flashback picture on Instagram of herself wrapped up in a snake with a lizard on her head. Snaps for that Cara.

But it's not all about the scary creepy crawlies and wild animals, as for her Show Studio shoot she spent the day with cutesy-poo mini animals, such as kittens, baby bunnies, ducklings, puppies and kittens. Off the set Cara shows off her wild side with a pet lion tattoed onto her RAWR finger and a wardrobe packed with animal onesies.

So which animal will be next in Cara's modelling menagerie? Will we see Delevingne riding a lion or chilling with a crocodile? Take a look at Cara's wildest moments in the gallery above...


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