Mere hours after her grand return to modelling with a glamorous campaign for Saint Laurent, Cara Delevigne took to Twitter to talk about her depression. The new campaign came as quite a surprise to many who were under the impression that the now-actress had left her modelling career behind her, but Cara wanted to clear a few things up.
It's not completely clear but it seems that Cara may be following up to the comments she made at last year's World Women Summit about how modelling drove her into a state of ill health, which some have perceived as a bit of a dig at the fashion industry. She explained further.
The tweets come just a few weeks after Delevingne wrote this essay for Motto on what she had learned from her experiences as a model, and over half a year after she told The Times "I'm not doing fashion work anymore." She finished her Twitter tirade with a link back to an inspirational Instagram post.
In July last year, it was reported that Cara had left her modelling agency Storm, who had signed her at 15 and helped her to become one of the biggest names in the world. Shortly after the new couture campaign for Saint Laurent was revealed however, Cara tweeted, "I never quit", but it's unsure what exactly she was referring to.
As mentioned in her Twitter rant, Delevingne is currently focusing on her acting career and is set to appear in upcoming DC superhero movie, Suicide Squad. Watch the trailer below: