We’re used to seeing Cara Delevingne strip down, both in high-fashion campaigns and even just on her own Instagram account — but this time around it has a very special meaning. See her latest shoot right here.
Cara Delevingne, 23, is taking it all off — and for a good cause! The model stars in the “I’m Not A Trophy” campaign, where she posed nude, covered in strategically placed animal graphics, to raise awareness of trophy hunting and poaching for the organization — and the campaign is simply stunning! The major model, (and animal supporter!), was covered in graphics that featured endangered species — and the shoot is so striking.
Cara rocked a braid in a portion of her hair as she posed. She took to Instagram to share her excitement over the new shoot. “I am so proud to be the an ambassador of @imnotatrophy organization to create greater awareness in the malicious acts of trophy hunting and poaching of endangered species! imnotatrophy.org,” she said. [hl_amazon_single url=”http://www.amazon.com/Ivory-Horn-Blood-Elephant-Rhinoceros/dp/1770852271?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1770852271&linkCode=as2&linkId=2b15553097ee7c8d395a92338830adac&redirect=true&ref_=as_li_tl&tag=hollywoocom-20″ header=”SHOP” title=”Ivory, Horn and Blood: Behind the Elephant and Rhinoceros Poaching Crisis, $24.05″]
The gorgeous images were captured by French artist Arno Elias for the black-and-white shoot, and this marks the first-ever “I’m Not A Trophy” campaign, making Cara the first-ever ambassador — and we couldn’t think of a better fit for the shoot! The organization aims to encourage greater education, understanding, and appreciation surrounding the acts of trophy hunting — and Cara definitely has our attention.
The model recently opened up to Marie Claire about her involvement in the campaign, saying: “I am extremely passionate about animals and am so honored to be representing an organisation and cause that is fighting for the rights of these innocent lives.” The campaign also sends a powerful message about females in society — another issue Cara takes very seriously. “I wanted to highlight women as powerful figures within our society,” she added.
“Much like the species that are trophy hunted and displayed as prizes, women are often seen as possessions. It’s time for our society to end the treatment of humans and animals as trophies,” the model said.
What do you think of Cara’s latest gig? Are you loving the gorgeous model shots as much as we are? Check them out above and let us know.