She dropped jaws on Monday night when she walked the Met Gala carpet in a ‘Peg The Patriarchy’ bulletproof vest designed by Dior’s Maria Grazia Chiur.
But Cara Delevingne cut a low-key figure when she left The Mark hotel in New York on Tuesday, covering up beneath an oversized cardigan, loose-fitting white trousers and a beanie.
The runway star, 29, was also sporting a black face mask, sunglasses and a pair of black biker boots as she was escorted out of the luxury hotel carrying a cane in her right hand.
Low-key: Cara Delevingne, 29, cut a low-key figure when she left The Mark hotel in New York on Tuesday, covering up beneath an oversized cardigan and a beanie
Relaxed look: The runway star was also sporting a black face mask, sunglasses and a pair of black biker boots
Cara’s newly-dyed brunette tresses could be seen cascading past her shoulders and the model also wore a pale yellow T-shirt.
The brunette beauty was still sporting the bright red manicure she’d walked the Met’s carpet with.
Cara held her phone – stamped with her initials – in her right hand.
During Monday’s Met, Cara decided to use her outfit to send out a strong message – with the theme of the night being In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.
Wow: Cara dropped jaws on Monday night when she walked the Met Gala carpet in a ‘Peg The Patriarchy’ bulletproof vest designed by Dior’s Maria Grazia Chiur
Cara told Vogue: ‘If someone doesn’t know what this means, you’re going to have to look it up. It’s about women empowerment, gender equality — it’s a bit like, ”Stick it to the man”.
She teamed her vest with white cigarette trousers and peep toe heels which showed off her red pedicure.
It comes days after the star wrapped season two of the hit show Carnival Row.
That’s a wrap: Cara’s co-star Orlando Bloom revealed on Thursday that filming had been completed on Carnival Row season 2
Cara’s co-star Orlando Bloom revealed on Thursday that filming had been completed, sharing a string of photos from set – including one of Cara – while bidding his character Rycroft Philostrate farewell.
‘Bye bye Philo,’ he wrote, adding in summary: ‘I love my job. As actors we get to go on these remarkable journeys with our characters. Fall in love, fight for our lives, fight for justice, sometime save the day and other times fall flat on our face.
‘The crew who work tirelessly and all the cast and supporting cast who’ve stood out in all kinds of wether to make some very large filmic moments come to life. Its story telling. It’s not rocket science, but it is lightning in a bottle when it works and heartbreaking when it doesn’t… and yet it never fails to be an opportunity to learn and grow. What a gift.’
Last month, Cara shared a video of herself in character as Vignette Stonemoss on the Prague set.
The model-turned-actress cut an edgy figure as she showed off her dark eye makeup and wet brunette locks in the clip.
Cara, who was clad in Vignette’s leather jacket and pink corduroy shirt, joked about having to wait for production to start.
Cara raised her signature bushy eyebrows to music in the video, and captioned it ‘acting is… waiting #carnivalrow #setlife.’
Cara stars in the other-worldly Victorian era show, created by Travis Beacham, alongside Orlando.
New season: Cara shared a video of herself in character as Vignette Stonemoss as she filmed season two of Carnival Row
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