Cara Delevingne Gets Playful in Pepe Jeans’ Fall Ads

Joanna Elizabeth


Published July 15, 2014


Cara Lets Loose for Pepe Jeans–Girl of the moment, Cara Delevingne, has landed yet another campaign for the fall-winter 2014 season with denim brand Pepe Jeans’ latest advertisements. The model poses for Mario Sorrenti (who also photographed Cara for Balmain’s fall ads) in a series of playful images where she hits the streets (trash cans and all) for the colorful portraits. And in case you haven’t got enough of your Cara fix, see her lip synch to J Lo and LL Cool J in a recent video for LOVE.








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