Cara Delevingne's Dog Won Couture Week

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Sitting front row at Chanel, no less.
Image: Instagram

Even though former supermodel Cara Delevingne has made her departure from fashion quite clear, she always takes the time to support her favourite brands when fashion week rolls around (exhibit A: front row at Burberry SS16, alongside St. Vincent.)  And who wouldn't, when you're one of Karl Lagerfeld's favourite muses of all time?  

Couture week has been no exception, with Cara sitting front row at Chanel this morning, accompanied by her beloved canine, Leo. The duo sat beside iconic French editor Carine Roitfeld, with Cara taking breaks from watching the catwalk to pet her pup.  Is this the new #squadgoals?  (We ask the hard-hitting questions here at Couturesque.)

As for the show itself, Karl built a contemporary wooden doll house with a snazzy garden and took top models like the Hadid sisters, Lineisy Montero, Kendall Jenner, and Sasha Luss down the runway in what appeared to be the Princess Leia hair-do.  Love. 

Catch a glimpse at the show from Cara's own Instagram video below.

A video posted by Cara Delevingne (@caradelevingne) on

WHO: Tia, Editor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Toronto
OBSESSED WITH: My Acne RE15 sweater
LISTENING TO: Lost in My Bedroom - Sky Ferreira
CAN BE FOUND AT: @tia.elisabeth

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