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Crucial Update

Cara Delevingne Walked the Chanel Show (But Only Briefly)

Photo: Patrick Kovarik/Getty Images
Photo: Patrick Kovarik/Getty Images

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Cara Delevingne might have broken ties with her modeling agency to pursue a career on the big screen, but she did venture back to her roots for Chanel's aviation-themed spring 2016 show.

As Karl Lagerfeld walked the runway at the end of the show, absorbing the applause from ticketed passengers, he scooped up Cara and cutie Hudson Kroenig, son of Lagerfeld muse Brad Kroenig, to join him for the remainder of the walk. As seen in the videos below, the German designer paused to hug Cara and motioned for her to abandon her seat on the runway (the only row that's better than the front row), to escort him through the terminal.

Cara recently told The Hollywood Reporter, "Maybe I'll do fashion sometimes, but at the moment I have no time to do anything," meaning she's taking breather from the runway, specifically. So far, she's made good on that promise. But the triple threat notes that Lagerfeld in particular has been supportive of her career, whether it's modeling or not. "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." So of course it would be Lagerfeld, then, that got Cara on runway the first time this Fashion Month.

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