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Cara Delevingne quits modelling
Cara Delevingne for Chanel AW14

It looks like Cara is quitting modelling (again)

As the model’s profile is taken down from her agency’s website, rumours of Delevingne's retirement reach feverpitch

Rumours surrounding Cara Delevingne's retirement from the modelling industry have been circulating for months but now, after her profile has been taken down from Storm Model Management’s website, it seems like they finally have some weight. 

Delevingne has been with the agency since the age of 15 and, as indicated by her 14.6 million Instagram followers, household-name status and reported £6,500-a-day salary, has been extremely successful. However, she’s also spoken out about her distain for the profession; confessing that fashion weeks give her psoriasis, describing the industry itself as “horrible” and the prospect of quitting it as “blissful”.

But the model has been equally vocal about her passion for acting. “I love acting,” she told Vogue last year. “If I was able to have that as a career...Hopefully the fashion thing is a stepping-stone.” Well, if her blossoming film career and ever-expanding IMDb profile is anything to go by, then her dream is coming true. Delevingne is currently being represented by William Morris LA – the same agency that looks after Emma Stone, Helena Bonham Carter and Tilda Swinton.

We reached out to Storm who declined to comment – make of that what you will. 

Watch Cara Delevingne in the trailer for her upcoming film, Paper Towns: