As a revolutionary model and an up-and-coming actress, Cara lends her contemporary beauty and charismatic presence to Dior’s “Capture Youth” campaign, created by Dior for the modern and independent woman.
Cara is as intellectual as she is beautiful, and she studied at the reputable Bedales School in Petersfield, England. She began her modelling career at a very young age, and just a few short years later, she was already walking on some of the most prestigious runways and appearing on the front covers of major magazines.
In 2016, she took on the role of the Enchantress alongside Margot Robbie and Jared Leto in the movie “Suicide Squad”, and as Laureline in “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets”. This year, she has also gained further recognition as an actress for Justin Chadwick’s film “Tulip Fever”.
The Capture Youth line by Dior was created in partnership with the Université Pierre et Marie Curie, and it was discovered that the epidermis’ intra-cellular antioxidant defense system (known as glyoxalase) is able to control the skin’s ability to fight against visible signs of ageing, and is eventually weakened by time and environmental aggressors. The secret ingredient of this range is an extract of Florentine iris that is able to boost glyoxalase activity, and in turn slow down signs of premature ageing.