Cara Delevingne made sure all eyes were on her as she attended a film premiere of her biggest on-screen role yet, The Face of an Angel.
Stepping out at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday night, Cara, 22, was a dream in green.
The catwalk favourite stunned in a strapless, textured striped dress that complimented her sun-kissed skin. She accentuated her svelte figure with a metallic gold belt and flirtatiously wore a dainty gold necklace tucked into her cleavage.
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Cara Delevingne lit up the red carpet in her textured green dress
Cara, who plays Melanie in the film that is based loosely on the Amanda Knox case, added an extra pop of colour to her pout with bright red lipstick.
The budding actress was joined on the red carpet by her co-stars Daniel Bruhl and Kate Beckinsale, who looked pretty in pink in a tailored jumpsuit. The leading British ladies caused quite a stir when they arrived at the premiere to the sound of whoops and cheers from waiting fans.
The duo later swapped their floor-length outfits for sultrier numbers as they whiled the night away at the premiere after-party.
While Cara made her name on the catwalk walking for the likes of Burberry and Victoria's Secret, the fiery star has made no secret of her desire to pursue a career on-screen.
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The Face of an Angel has been her biggest break in the movie industry, and Cara has previously said that she goes to several auditions for the experience.
"Even for scripts that aren't very good," said Cara. "If I'm honest, I don't care what it is. It's an opportunity to learn. I wouldn't turn anything down."
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She described her character Melanie – a student on an Italian cultural exchange who works in a bar – as "an independent spirited girl". She added: "The idea I had of her is that she's like me and a lot of my friends who are 21 and travelling around Europe."
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Based on the novel Angel Face: Sex, Murder and the Inside Story of Amanda Knox by Barbie Latza Nadeau, the film is due for release in 2014 and is directed by Michael Winterbottom.
Michael chose the model after becoming aware that she had an interest in acting.
"I met with her, and knew immediately that I wanted Cara to do the role," he said of the London-born stunner. "It's lucky she wanted to. I don't think it's a quality you can act."