Cara Delevingne's New Puma Collab Is Even Better Than Sneakers

Gina Marinelli
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Everyone’s been talking about one particular Cara Delevingne movie recently—Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. But there’s another film project that’s the British model-turned-actress has just debuted that’s as much of a must-see.

In Delevingne’s latest collaboration with Puma, she’s released a series of short films as a part of her “Do You” campaign, a means to empower women through telling unique and personal stories. That includes everything from Delevingne taking a trip to visit a refugee camp in Uganda to her attending self-defense classes.

While Delevingne’s Valerian co-star, Rihanna, is also a Puma collaborator (does the Fenty collection ring a bell?) and directed her in a sneaker campaign last year, this new series is perhaps even better than another pair of (consistently sold-out) sneakers. “I wanted to give women a platform where they can share their stories,” Delevingne says in the series first episode.

Below take a look at some of Delevingne's inspiring work. 

Cara Delevingne's been busy lately. Take a listen to her new song that debuted last week, as well.

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