‘Suicide Squad’ Premiere: Cara Delevingne Rocked Nasty-Looking Psoriasis Sores
Cara Delevingne can rock anything. Even nasty-looking psoriasis sores! The 23-year-old model turned actress during the world premiere of her upcoming flick “Suicide Squad” on Monday, stunned with her black dress, which showed off a lot of skin, even if they are covered with rashes.Advertisement
Cara Delevingne in the past has admitted to suffering from psoriasis. It is a skin condition that happens due to stress, cold and infection.
On Monday she looked stunning in a black dress, as she walked the red carpet with her co-stars. But, there were red sores or rashes all over her body.
Cara Delevingne had tried in vain to hide the sores with makeup. They were not fully hidden and could still be seen, Mirror UK reports.
Looks like Cara’s busy schedule of promoting “Suicide Squad” back-to-back has taken a toll on her health. The skin condition may be due to her busy schedule while promoting “Suicide Squad.”
However, Cara still managed to look stunning in an all-black look. She opted for a plunging metallic mini dress. The star showed a lot of skin in the slip style dress.
Cara Delevingne put her svelte frame on display in the semi-sheer, bias-cut dress by Anthony Vacarello. Her sleeveless dress featured deep ‘V’ neckline, an asymmetrical design on the front.
It also had silver embellishments including safety pins that held together the silk fabric. The actress showed off some more skin as a diagonal cut-out ran the length of her washboard abs, and showed off her tattooed rib cage.
Cara paired her Anthony Vaccarello studded and perforated faux suede dress with black thigh-high boots by Christian Louboutin, Daily Mail reports. The Karl Lagerfeld muse accessorized with a stack of rings and multiple earrings on her lobes.
She gave off old-Hollywood vibes with her short blonde hair styled in waves with a deep side part. She wore red lipstick, shimmering and smoky eye makeup and black manicure.
Previously Cara Delevingne has spoken up about her stress-induced psoriasis.
Her psoriasis first came to light during Paris Fashion Week in 2013. “It only happened during the Fashion Weeks, which are, of course, the worst time of year for me to be covered in scabs. Psoriasis is an auto-immune disease, and I’m sensitive,” she said then.
Cara plays the character of the Enchantress, a villain in the film inspired by the DC Comics. She was joined by her so-stars Margot Robbie and Will Smith.
In a recent interview, Cara displayed her goofy side. Check it out here.