Model and actress Cara Delevingne may be fashion royalty, but ‘Vogue’ doesn’t seem to think so. The famed fashion publication has totally dissed the model for partying too hard and falling asleep twice during an interview. As a result, Delevingne took to Twitter to defend herself.
Delevingne’s partying antics have been all over London tabloids. She was most recently seen clubbing with Lily Allen.
In addition to being a top model, Delevingne is known for her appearance in ‘Anna Karenina’.
‘Vogue’ journalist Plum Sykes wrote a profile piece of Delevingne and didn’t fail to mention that the model showed up late and started snoozing twice during the interview.
Sykes wrote, “To oversleep once for a ‘Vogue’ interview may be regarded as a misfortune, but to oversleep twice looks like carelessness.”
Sykes also added, “This is what the wildly successful, hugely in-demand, overtired, overworked, super model and soon-to-be leading actress is really famous for in England: inspiring a new national sport, checking out what Cara Delevingne got up to the night before.”
After the story was published, Delevingne responded on Twitter, saying “Why do people in the industry lie so much???? They would rather see you fail than succeed. What happened to supporting each other.”
She also tweeted, “It’s even worse when your trying to fight people that have all the power because then you are powerless.”
In regards to the accusation that she partied too hard and fell asleep during the interview, Delevingne assured her followers that the reason for her apparent exhaustion was that she works “extremely hard” and her falling asleep is proof of it.
“I apologise for being so ambitious,” she wrote.
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