What Do Kendall Jenner & Cara Delevingne's Wax Figures Look Like? They Are So Realistic — PHOTOS
When I first heard the news that this friendship would be forever memorialized in wax, I thought, “That’s quite a fitting way to pay tribute to a duo of this status.” And now that the first photos of their wax figures have surfaced, I couldn’t be more blown away. See what Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevingne look like in wax form. Prepared to be amazed, too, because, boy, was I right about this being a fitting tribute to the CaKe besties or what?
The Madame Tussauds museum posted the first glimpse of the girls’ wax versions on Twitter, and they really look like the real deal. Jenner’s in her undies and appears to be getting ready backstage (how fitting for this Calvin Klein/Victoria’s Secret model, you know?). Meanwhile, Delevingne is making a statement in a sequined gown, and of course, her brows are on-fleek. They even added a special fashion guest to the mix and made a version of Anna Wintour. There couldn’t be a more accurate depiction of her, sitting on the front row with a sweater draped over her shoulders, so bravo, Tussauds, bravo.
They seem to have really outdone themselves with these latest recreations. Get a glimpse of the gorgeous fashion “It” crowd, and tell me they don’t look like the real deal.
1. Kendall Jenner
Here's a behind-the-scenes shot of the model getting ready IRL.
An up-close version will really show you how incredibly realistic her wax statue is.
It's unreal how lifelike this is, isn't it?
Yep, this seems about right. She's just getting ready for yet another big debut.
2. Cara Delevingne
Delevingne killed it in a sparkly number at the Paper Towns premiere.
See her makeup and flawless brows up close and personal IRL.
Isn't the resemblance just uncanny?
3. Anna Wintour
Wintour is always on the front row with her shades on and her sweater draped.
That's pretty much the case, everywhere she goes.
So, I'm glad to see that Madame Tussauds really captured that.
She always has the best view. Even when she's only wax.
These wax figures are practically the real deal, and I wouldn't have it any other way. Only the best will do for fashion figures that are this iconic, and that's exactly what Madame Tussauds has created.