Cara Delevingne Launches Rimmel Scandal Eyes Mascara

Cara Delevingne is a party-loving model so she couldn’t release a new product line without throwing a celebration. As Cara is cooler than most, she made sure that hers was the best party in town that night as it was uber exclusive. The catwalk star didn’t invite just anyone to the celebration of her collaboration with Rimmel Scandal Eyes Mascara but picked her favourite MOBO award-winning artists to perform for an intimate crowd.

Cara didn’t bother to wear a dress as she knew that the impact would be greater if she stuck to what she did best – a statement jacket and some fabulously fierce ripped jeans. She knows what suits her!


When worn with scandalously eye-catching eye make-up, this is a super cool outfit that’s a little bit cooler than most things you’ll see people wearing. Sometimes the simplest outfits are the best because it makes everyone wonder: ‘Why didn’t I think of that?’

The good news is its simplicity makes it easy to copy. The Superdry Alia bomber jacket has a black panel just like Cara’s and works fabulously with a crop top like the Miss Selfridge crop corset top. Then you need high-waisted ripped jeans like the V by Very high rise Ella ripped knee skinny jeans with some platform ankle books like the V by Very Irving military ankle boots.


Her friends also turned heads with their cool casual outfits. Mobo winner Lady Leshurr looked pretty without looking like she’d tried too hard.


Jeans and a checked shirt are a classic combination – you can dress something like that up and down, which is perfect if you’re running from event to event over the party season.

Meanwhile singer Nadia Rose entertained the small audience and made sure people stopped talking and started watching her. She has incredible stage presence and you just can’t beat white if you want to get everyone’s attention.


Don’t fancy going too over the top this party season? No worries! Cara and her pals show that simple outfits can work for a night out.

Love Zoex

10th November 2016
Written by Zoe Griffin