Cara Delevingne returns to modelling with Chanel campaign

Cara Delevingne has returned to modelling as the star of the new Chanel Eyewear advertising campaign.

Cara Delevingne returns to modelling with Chanel campaign

Cara Delevingne has made her return to modelling with a Chanel Eyewear campaign.

The 23-year-old beauty has posed for Karl Lagerfeld for the brand's 2016 Spring/Summer range, and as well as sunglasses Cara is seen with geek chic look in clear frame spectacles.

The British star also poses as a tomboy a Chanel cap and crisp white shirt.

Cara's new campaign comes after she revealed why she took a step back from the fashion industry to focus on her acting career.

In an essay written for Time Motto, the 'Suicide Squad' star said: "I found myself surrendering to the industry's approval process. I felt like I needed validation from everyone.

"As a result, I lost sight of myself and what it meant to be happy, what it meant to be successful. I think it all stemmed from a deep-down feeling of wanting people to like me and love me.

"Over time, I came to realise that work and getting others' approval isn't the most important thing. Yes, your career is very important - but it's not the most important. Of course I was proud of my accomplishments, but I wasn't genuinely happy.

"I was nearly 20 and had been modelling for several years. My vantage point had changed ... and I had changed. I knew I had to re-evaluate my life and my goals for my future. I didn't want to resent fashion or my success. The process didn't happen overnight, but it was imperative for me to preserve my integrity."

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