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Cara Delevingne unveiled as new face of Topshop...continues world domination

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Cara walks the runway for Topshop Unique at LFW

Cara walks the runway for Topshop Unique at LFW

Cara is the busiest supermodel in the world

Cara is the busiest supermodel in the world

She's a regular on the Topshop runway

She's a regular on the Topshop runway

Cara walks the runway for Topshop Unique at LFW

Cara walks the runway for Topshop Unique at LFW

She's famous for her low-key style

She's famous for her low-key style

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Cara walks the runway for Topshop Unique at LFW

Cara Delevingne clearly has her sights set on world domination.

The 21-year-old has just been unveiled as the new face of Topshop, which is just another day's work for the superstar in the making as she already has exclusive contracts with Burberry, Mulberry, Marc Jacobs and Chanel.

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She's famous for her low-key style

She's famous for her low-key style

She's famous for her low-key style

She will star in the high street brand's autumn/winter '14 campaign, which will be featured around the world.

Delevingne most recently created a line of handbags with Mulberry as well as walking the Victoria's Secret runway twice, while she hasn't officially been made an Angel.

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Cara is the busiest supermodel in the world

Cara is the busiest supermodel in the world

Cara is the busiest supermodel in the world

In spite of her rising style star, she rarely gives interviews, but made an exception earlier this month to sit down with the Guardian.

Delevingne, an avid social media user, said that her use of Twitter and Instagram can alert 'Delevingners' to her whereabouts and provide a bit too much information about her life.

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Cara walks the runway for Topshop Unique at LFW

Cara walks the runway for Topshop Unique at LFW

Cara walks the runway for Topshop Unique at LFW

"I was just in Scotland, and they knew: 'Oh, you were in Inverness this weekend.' I was like: 'How did you know that?' and they said: 'Because someone who was in the bathroom with you tweeted it," she told The Guardian.

"It's just creepy, things like that, someone in a bathroom stall. When I was growing up, I was fans of so many people in music and acting, but it's a different kind of fandom now, it's like they're obsessed.

"They find one person they obsess over and they follow them – they have to know everything about their lives, because you have that access, Instagram and Twitter, you can literally be a part of their lives. So they get one person and that's it. It's really changed things. It's kind of scary really."

 

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