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Her attraction to women had been an issue for Delevingne, she said. But it has been her relationship with Annie Clark, better known as St. St. Vincent (AKA Annie Clark) says that her ex-girlfriend Cara Delevingne album were inspired by her relationship with Cara Delevingne. is actually about Clark's past habit of trying to deal with pressure and problems. Subscribe to the Magazine Give a Gift Subscription Buy Back Issues Current Issue Contents Don't Be Fooled, That's Cara Delevingne Singing on Her Ex St. Vincent's In a New Yorker profile, Annie Clark has revealed that Cara will the album deal specifically with their relationship, Clark previously told.
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If you're going to talk about your sexuality in a publication with a circulation of nearly one and a half million readers, not to mention the entire Internet, you should make sure you're careful with your words. For instance, maybe don't imply that being bisexual or a lesbian has anything to do with having mommy issues.
In one poignant, heart-felt moment, Ms. Delevingne explains that "women are what completely inspire me, and they have also been my downfall. I have only been hurt by women, my mother first of all. If you're eating pussy because of your mom, talk to your therapist, not a fucking magazine.
This portion of the interview kicks off with Delevingne explaining that she "had to accept" her sexuality at 20 years old, like she was diagnosed with a terminal illness, immediately adding that she has erotic dreams "only about men"--kind of like a more convoluted way of saying "No homo! To make things worse, Haskell decides to share his own brilliant two cents on the issue. The novel follows Red, Leo and Rose, a group of teenagers in London, as they attempt to track down their missing friend and bandmate, Naomi.
It's an enjoyable read: Much of this, no doubt, is due in part to the work of Delevingne's co-writer, Rowan Coleman, the best-selling author of 12 novels, including hit The Memory Book.
Books by celebrities are frequently treated with scorn - earlier this month, the debate flared up again as children's authors in Britain slammed the celebrity- heavy line-up for next year's World Book Day, which included titles by Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain and TV presenter Clare Balding.
But Delevingne is open about the co-writing process. She met the Hertfordshire-based Coleman in person just a couple of times, and the pair spent months firing emails back and forth while Delevingne was filming in Canada. I spoke to my agent a lot about these ideas and she said, 'Why don't you write a book?
Not only is Rowan an incredible author but she makes everything come to life; if I had an idea, she'd say, 'Why don't you add this? Behind the scenes, however, things were not as glossy as they looked.
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The daughter of Charles, a property developer, and Pandora, a former socialite, she was raised in the wealthy London neighbourhood of Belgravia with two older sisters, Chloe 32a charity campaigner who maintains a low profile, and Poppy 31also a model.
Her mother had struggled with an addiction to heroin and prescription medications before Cara was born and relapsed when Cara was just six years old. At her worst, Pandora would leave the family home for long periods at a time, and was later diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Delevingne pinpoints the moment a child realises their parents are not the superhumans they grew up believing in, but instead real, flawed human beings, as the most difficult part of growing up.
Sometimes your parents are wrong and they do make mistakes, and knowing that and finding that out is one of the most shocking things in the world," she says. Delevingne has previously spoken about falling into depression aged 15 when she discovered her mother's addiction. She began to self-harm, and credits the hours spent drumming with her band and writing poetry with helping her recovery.
I find myself in each of the characters, there's a hint of me in there. She is gay, a matter that is dealt with in an interesting way: Delevingne's own sexual orientation has been the subject of much tabloid fascination.
She has described first falling in love with a woman at 20, and has since had relationships with both men and women, including the American musician Annie Clark, aka St.
Vincent, whom she dated for roughly 18 months until last year. Inshe told US Vogue: And for those words to come out of my mouth is actually a miracle.
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I was like, 'No, no, I like boys! I'm under strict instructions to stick to the book, and that no questions about her personal life, family or friends will be permitted. To make sure things are kept above board, we are joined during the interview by Delevingne's publicist and two more publicists from the publishers.
But after cautiously elucidating one of my questions, Delevingne apologises profusely, and it becomes clear she is just carefully considering each of her answers, and doesn't want to deliver a rehearsed soundbite.
This authenticity is a large part of the appeal for her teenage audience - Delevingne has That's my crowd - that's my people," she says.
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Mirror Mirror is also the rare novel that understands how social media works, and how important it is in young people's lives, in both positive and negative ways. WhatsApp messages and Instagram posts are peppered throughout, and while they look clunky on the page, they give the novel a feeling of digital fluency that will appeal to its target audience. The fact that it's changed so much from when I was 15 is crazy.