Don't call it a modeling comeback — but if we did, Cara Delevigne's September cover of British Vogue would be a very good one.
Though she's taken a little time off to focus on acting in films like Paper Towns and Suicide Squad — which is somehow still not out yet — Cara's been dipping her toes back into modeling with Chanel ads, beauty campaigns, and now a Vogue cover.
The spread, shot by Mario Testino, marks just another September issue for Cara. She's graced the coveted cover in the past for American Vogue, Vogue Japan, and British Vogue (yes, another one).
In it, she reveals that she's got a new girlfriend and has no problem talking about it. "As a child, I used gay as a bad world, as in, 'that's so gay.' All my friends did," she said. "[My girlfriend's parents] have been so, so supportive. I'm obviously in love, so if people want to say I'm gay, that's great. But we're all liquid — we change, we grow."
In short: Cara is happy and modeling and nothing else matters.