Cara Delevingne Releases "The Future Is Female" Sweaters for Charity

Supporting Girl Up.

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Resident bad girl model-turned-actor-turned-singer has released a sweater with the words “The Future Is Female” emblazoned on the front as a charity project. Delevingne has been seen wearing the sweater a few times now, which is a recreation of an original shirt worn by Alix Dobkin in 1975 in a photograph by Liza Cowan. Due to how well it was received, she decided to release it to the public in collaboration with Represent. Retailing for $40 USD, the sweatshirt is available in pink, gray, navy and black and all proceeds will benefit Girl Up‘s campaign to promote the health, safety and education of girls in developing countries. Shop here.

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