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Cara Delevingne rumoured to be the new face of Topshop

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It's rumoured that model of the moment, Cara Delevingne is set to be the new face of Topshop - the first time a campaign has been led by a solo face.

The supermodel is apparently set to take on the role as part of Topshop's global campaign for the Autumn Winter 2014 season and will start later on in the summer, according to an exclusive report on Vogue.co.uk today.

While there are no images available yet, we imagine they'll be absolutely knock out if any of Miss Delevingne's other campaigns are anything to go by.

British-born Delevingne has already fronted campaigns for Burberry, Zara, Chanel and H&M, and has walked for numerous other designers during fashion week.

She began her career early, modelling for Cadbury's chocolate when she was a little girl. It was in 2009 that she was signed to Storm modelling agency by CEO Sarah Doukas, who also discovered Kate Moss.

Since then the 21-year-old has gone on to be considered the darling of the fashion world, and her already flourishing career has included creating a range of bags for Mulberry.

Her success saw her win Model Of The Year at the British Fashion Awards in 2012 and she's even turned her hand to acting, starring in Anna Karenina opposite Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

If her new campaign is even a patch on what she's done before, we can guarantee this is going to be brilliant.

Stylist contacted Topshop about this story and were told they had no comment at this time.

[Via Vogue]