Cara Delevingne Covers 'WSJ' Mag And Shows The World How To Build Brands Using Social Media

Although things were getting a little heated and controversial with her ad for Tom Ford’s Black Orchid campaign, there’s no doubt that Cara Delevingne is huge fashion icon who has “mastered the art of brand building via social media.” At least, that’s how the Wall Street Journal put it. As revealed on Instagram, Cara Delevingne will cover WSJ. On the cover, the supermodel sports her signature bold brows and gorgeous all natural makeup look. Chances are when you pass by a bookstore or a magazine rack, the mag will most definitely catch your eyes.

Fittingly titled, All Eyes on Cara, Elisa Lipsky-Karasz of the WSJ dives into how this starlet has utilized her social media to build up brands and to reveal the diverse range of work she’s covered. Living in a world that is so heavily concentrated on the amount of followers and the number of likes on a picture, it makes sense how mastering social media can be a great tool to have in your arsenal. To find out how Delevingne does it, be sure to pick up the mag and get all the deets from the interview.

On the cover, you’ll notice her hair was styled in natural-looking waves, done by James Pecis, and her nude makeup look was done by Hannah Murray. Wearing a Balmain wool coat, Louis Vuitton leather boots, The Row double canvas coat and various other outfits, Delevingne definitely killed it on the WSJ.

The issue will hit stands May 30.

Images: caradelevingne/Instagram (2)