People.com Celebrity A Look Back At Cara Delevingne's Most Fire Model Moments The former model's new Chanel campaign has us all sorts of nostalgic for her unforgettable career By Lydia Price Published on February 23, 2016 05:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Swan Gallet/WWD/REX/Shutterstock Cara Delevingne ended her explosive modeling career in 2015, telling London’s The Times that the industry made her “feel a bit hollow.” “I was, like, fight and flight for months. Just constantly on edge,” she said about being a fashion ‘it’ girl. “It is a mental thing as well because if you hate yourself and your body and the way you look, it just gets worse and worse.” Now, Delevingne is dipping her toes back into modeling with a new eyewear campaign for Chanel. While we wait and see if the gig heralds her return to the model world, we’re looking back at some of Delevingne’s fiercest moments in front of the camera. That time she looked like an angel on the cover of Vogue. When she shared the spotlight with the legendary Kate Moss. Her reminder that she’s gorgeous even with paint dripping down her face. That time she was the glorious meat in a Suki Waterhouse and Georgia May Jagger sandwich. When she publicly freed her nipple. When she casually held Kendall Jenner on the cover of Love Magazine. That time we went to bed with her. Her tenure as the cutest boy on the block. When she looked hot in a monkey outfit that we would look absurd wearing. That time she dropped jaws on the Victoria’s Secret runway. When she was “just a lil naked” in Allure. The shoot that literally turned her into a Koons bunny. When she made pink look like the most badass color. The time she wore a top hat so we went out and bought top hats. When she redfined “beach babe.” Her perfume campaign that made it impossible not to get lost in her eyes. When she was feeling it on the runway. That time she could have been dwarfed by a puffy jacket but just looked amazing. And that time she could have been dwarfed by a giant furry hat but she just looked amazing. When her W Magazine cover said a thousand words.