Cara Delevingne Strips Down for the First-Ever “I’m Not a Trophy” Campaign

Cara Delevingne Strips Down for the First-Ever “I’m Not a Trophy” Campaign
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Cara Delevingne is baring all for a good cause. The model and actress is the ambassador of the first-ever “I’m Not a Trophy” campaign, “a movement aimed at bringing awareness to the malicious acts of trophy hunting and poaching of endangered species.”

French artist and photographer Arno Elias created the organization to raise awareness of the rapid extinction of endangered species. Through the visually compelling campaign, which features images of Delevingne with endangered animals printed on her skin, Elias hopes to both drive young people to the cause and empower young women through the freeing photographs.

“Cara is the genuine personification of ‘I’m Not a Trophy.’ Truly a woman who plays by her own rules,” Elias said.

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This isn’t the first time the star has advocated for the conservation of wildlife. After the killing of Cecil the Lion last year, Delevingne auctioned off her TAG Heuer Signature Edition watch and donated the proceeds to WildCRU.

This stunning star doesn’t just look good—she’s doing good, too.

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