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Video: Cara Delevingne stars in DSquared2’s Resort Campaign

Brit model in 90s style mini film

She was one of the most in-demand models during fashion month, strutting her stuff in more than 50 shows for Spring/Summer 13 (plus the Victoria’s Secret fashion show earlier this month). With her tendency to pull faces constantly for the cameras backstage, she’s also one of the most fun.

Now Cara Delevingne has been snapped up by tongue-in-cheek Italian label DSqaured2 for their resort campaign – short fashion film Ultimate Scream.

Directed by Senio Zaprider, it’s a nineties-esque homage to 1996 horror movie Scream (with an extract of the original chilling phone call to Drew Barrymore’s character), which sees Cara model a series of glamorous but grungy looks (think hot pink power suits, lots of chains, sideswept hair and ripped boyfriend jeans) in a bewilderingly quick montage, all to the sounds of a pumping dance track 'Scream Miami' remixed by Stefano Riva (although we enjoyed the Destiny's Child clip too). Loud, kitsch, and delightfully over-the-top, it's almost as much fun as Anna Dello Russo’s 'Fashion Shower' video for her H&M accessories line.

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