Cara Delevingne Conquered the Spring/Summer 2014 Fashion Month Runways Again and Again

Roll your eyes all you want at the term "It Girl," but Cara Delevigne (who, at five foot nine-ish, is a veritable shawty in the fashion world) has got all the It factor in the world and then some. She's a hilarious Instagrammer who loves to make weird faces and may be dating Harry Styles, but who cares about that? Her real cred comes from her booming fashion career: This past month, she stalked those famous brows down ten runway shows in four different cities, opening four shows and closing two. The girl is on top of It, whatever It may be.

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Roll your eyes all you want at the term "It Girl," but Cara Delevigne (who, at five foot nine-ish, is a veritable shawty in the fashion world) has got all the It factor in the world and then some. She's a hilarious Instagrammer who loves to make weird faces and may be dating Harry Styles, but who cares about that? Her real cred comes from her booming fashion career: This past month, she stalked those famous brows down ten runway shows in four different cities, opening four shows and closing two. The girl is on top of It, whatever It may be.

Chanel, Paris Fashion Week

Karl Lagerfeld's darling, opening the show.

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Chanel, Paris Fashion Week

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Sunglasses, hidden brows, but we still know it's Cara.

Stella McCartney, Paris Fashion Week

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At the Stella show, Cara played both the innocent in a shiny flowered coat...

Stella McCartney, Paris Fashion Week

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...and then the fierce-eyed bombshell in a clingy black dress.

Versace, Milan Fashion Week

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She's known wearing rebellious beanies, but that's not to say she doesn't have a queen-like side.

Fendi, Milan Fashion Week

Karl Lagerfeld is Fendi's creative director, so it's no surprise here that he had his favorite girl open the Fendi show, too.

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Fendi, Milan Fashion Week

Just like her second look of the Chanel show, Cara is now in glasses. As if we wouldn't notice her twice.

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Giles, London Fashion Week

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Yes, that "hat" is a bat. Attacking her face. She's also wearing sneakers. Who knew casually demon-possessed was such a cool look?

Peter Pilotto, London Fashion Week

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She opened the Pilotto show in greasy bangs and a computer age-green skirt.

Peter Pilotto, London Fashion Week

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Her second look for Pilotto was even fiercer: A blazing tropical print that made the sweaty, over-tanned makeup look almost sensual.

Burberry Prorsum, London Fashion Week

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She's got edge even when she's dressed in head-to-toe pink lace.

Burberry Prorsum, London Fashion Week

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Closing out the Burberry show in the world's chicest raincoat.

Topshop Unique, London Fashion Week

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You'd never know she was a tomboy.

Topshop Unique, London Fashion Week

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Closing out the show for Topshop Unique in the girliest hair she sported all month.

Mulberry, London Fashion Week

Aaaand she opened the Mulberry show. She is, after all, the face of their Fall 2013 campaign.

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Mulberry, London Fashion Week

Effortless hair + white dress. Ahh.

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Marc Jacobs, New York Fashion Week

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And we're back to the beginning. Cara only walked one show at NYFW, but she made it count, appearing as a tiny grunge prince during Marc Jacobs' dark Victorian extravaganza.