Cara Delevingne may be enjoying a warm reception from critics for her new movie Paper Towns but the young British star is keen to not give up on her modeling roots just yet.
Despite having a few choice words to say about the industry that made her the huge name she is today and leaving her modeling agency Storm, Cara has now told The Hollywood Reporter that she doesn't plan on a break from the fashion world forever.
"I'm not stopping modeling, I'm not retiring. I'm just doing film for the time being," the 22-year-old said.
"Careers change and you develop and get older. I still have very close relationships with the people I used to work with. Maybe I'll do fashion sometimes, but at the moment I have no time to do anything."
The fact that Cara is struggling with a lack of time is no surprise considering the six film titles—including upcoming Suicide Squad—that she is currently working on.
The model went on to explain that even her designer pal Karl Lagerfeld is supportive of her change of direction: "He's always known that I've wanted to act. He was very nice to put me in his fashion film," she said.
"And he knew I wanted to do music so he let me do that as well. He's been nothing but supportive."
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by Cosmo.ph editors.