Shop Cara Delevingne’s Shoe Style

Cara Delevingne is many things: supermodel, actress, member of Taylor Swift’s girl squad, just to name a few. Whenever the “Suicide Squad” star steps out, she makes a statement in one way or another — and often it’s in the form of her footwear.

Delevingne, who has a close relationship with designer Karl Lagerfeld, can often be seen wearing Chanel calfskin and neoprene sneakers that, unfortunately, aren’t available online. Another favorite of the model are her friend Rihanna’s Fenty by Puma velvet creepers. She was seen sporting the popular kicks while out and about during Paris Fashion Week.

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Cara Delevingne wears Fenty by Puma velvet creepers.
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Fenty by Puma Velvet Creepers, $150; fwrd.com

When the actress stepped out for the MTV Movie Awards, she went for a classic black leather pointy-toed pump from Jimmy Choo.

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Cara Delevingne dons Jimmy Choo pumps at the MTV Movie Awards.
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Jimmy Choo “Anouk” pumps, $595; farfetch.com

When spotted out with the cast of “Suicide Squad” doing press in London, Delevingne was donning thigh-high, over-the-knee Christian Louboutin stiletto boots. These are boots you wear when you want to be noticed.

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Cara Delevingne sports thigh-high leather stilettos while doing press for “Suicide Squad.”
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Christian Louboutin thigh-high leather boots, $1,195; therealreal.com

To shop more of Delevingne’s shoe style, check out the gallery.

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