Cara Delevingne captures Harry Styles and Sienna Miller at Burberry [Cara Delevingne Instagram]
Last fashion week was all about the slogan T-shirt. You'll remember House of Grazia and Black Score created 'Queen Delevingne,' 'Swagger Like Jagger' and 'No 1. Dunn' tees for our favourite models and Rita Ora wore the Cara design to cheer on her model pal from the Burberry FROW. Well this season Black Score has gone rogue, championing the balaclava. Yep, really we kid you not.
It's a slightly terrifying look but it's proving to be a great paparazzi shield for our Cara who wore it as she rushed between Burberry and Peter Pilotto on Monday afternoon. She even got Harry Styles to try on her black BS accessory as they posed together backstage with Cara holding gun fingers up to the singer's balaclava-clad head. His face might be covered but we can still spot Mr Styles a mile off thanks to that snazzy leopard print. So what IS going on? We contacted the man behind the designs to find out...
Cara Delevingne in Black Score beanie [Getty]
Simeon Farrar, who created the rogue campaign, explained: 'For the past few seasons I've been doing these live stunts for my brand Black Score and so this is just a continuation of the idea, only this time it's models going rogue and taking over outside some of the busiest shows on the schedule with a team of volunteer models in the magazine-cover t-shirts and balaclavas so they remain anonymous.'
Black Score has accordingly taken over Somerset House with their gang of balaclava-clad models and handing out new T-shirt designs for FREE. These designs feature famous models 'gone rogue,' with Cara Delevingne, Kate Moss, Georgia May Jagger, Jourdan Dunn, Edie Campbell and Charlotte Free creations. Each design features famous magazine covers with models masked as super heroes. Got it? But before you rush down to London Fashion Week note that these goodies are being handed out on a first-come-first serve basis.
Black Score's Georgia and Cara designs
As for Cara, Simeon said: 'I didn't know whether Cara would be able to fit this into her schedule, she's so busy and hard to pin down, but ever since I made the Queen Delevingne T-shirts, that Grazia gave to her, we've kept in touch. We've been wanting to work on a project together and I visited her a couple of weeks ago with the products and she really loved the idea and wanted to get involved.' Simeon added: 'I did want to make a Grazia version of these T-shirts - but couldn't think of a pun or a rhyming word!' Cara is certainly a fan of this 'fashion anarchy' as she did an interview backstage at Burberry with her balaclava on her head.
And listen up, Cara copycats, the BS balaclavas will be available to buy online from next week. Now the real question is without the paparazzi excuse would you dare to wear a balaclava? They certainly have good Instagram potential, right? Let us know your verdict on the balaclava in the comments below and on Twitter or Facebook.