Cara Delevingne is the face of Yves Saint Laurent's new campaign.
The 23-year-old English supermodel has posed for a monochrome-styled shoot and TV campaign for the luxury brand's La Collection de Paris adverts.
It is the final couture commercial Yves Saint Laurent's creative director, Hedi Slimane, will work on.
The 47-year-old designer - who began working with the brand in 2012 - posted a string of photographs of the 'Paper Towns' actress from the shoot on social media, which he captioned: "CARA DELEVINGNE FOR SAINT LAURENT WINTER 16 "LA COLLECTION DE PARIS" #HediSlimane#SaintLaurent (sic)"
The maestro's campaign boasts a wide range of 42 pieces which was showcased at Yves Saint Laurent's new couture salons during Paris Fashion Week.
Cara - who has worked with Hedi since 2013 - has also shared a selection of YSL shots on her Instagram account, including two of her smoking, and two others of her a faux fur coat.
Sharing one image of herself with her head turned sideways, peeking over her jacket she wrote "SuprEYEse".
Meanwhile, iconic actress-and-singer Jane Birkin has also partnered with Hedi on the Le Smoking campaign.
The YSL campaign is Cara's latest foray back into fashion following her extended break from the business to focus on her acting career.
Earlier this month, she appeared in a new Chanel Eyewear campaign.