Cara Delevingne Goes Braless In Blue Velvet Tuxedo

Posted: Nov 6 2014, 8:31am CST | by , Updated: Nov 6 2014, 8:38am CST, in Latest Celebrity News


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Cara Delevingne Shows Blue Velvet Tuxedo
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Model Cara Delevingne attend the Topshop Topman New York City flagship grand opening at Topshop Topman Flagship Store yesterday and stunned in a plunging blue velvet tuxedo. See the photos.

Cara Delevingne was a the hot stunner at the Topshop Topman Flagship Store opening. She was wearing a blue velvet tuxedo that gave an eyeful of her boobs. She paired the super sexy top with huge white high sneakers. Not many woman can pull of this look so cool as Cara Delevingne.

See the photos.

Cara Delevingne posed with actor Max Irons on the red carpet for the Topshop grand opening. Cara Delevingne has also been revealed as the model for the Top Shop Christmas campaign. Watch the just released very cool Top Shop Christmas TV commercials below. The Top Shop Christmas ad with Cara features the song Just what I needed by The Cars. Awesome choice for a Christmas commercial.

2014 has clearly been the biggest year for Cara Delevingne. Besides top campaigns and runway gigs, she also launched her own fashion line with DKNY. She has been a constant in celebrity gossip during the summer with her wild fling with Michelle Rodriguez.

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