It’s only been a little over a year since Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss first joined supermodel forces in Burberry’s ad campaign for the fragrance My Burberry and this dynamic duo is back for more. The Spanish retailer Mango revealed their Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign today that pits the two models against each other in coordinating white t-shirts and tousled ‘dos. While this is Delevigne’s first gig with the brand, Moss is back for round three with them, as she fronted their campaigns in 2011 and 2012.
The concept behind this particular campaign is #somethingincommon, which quite obviously points out the similarities between these two standout models. Both have a dedicated fan base, despite the fact that neither fit the mold of an über tall and super slim model. And they’ve both been tapped for a number of high scale campaigns including Tom Ford, Versace, and Calvin Klein.
The one thing they don’t have in common is Delevingne’s social media prowess. WSJ. recently profiled the model, noting that her 11.8 million Instagram followers can be credited for her success. “I wouldn’t have done as well if I hadn’t had that,” she told the publication. “In the ’90s, I wouldn’t have been a supermodel.” Which is rather ironic, as Moss, whose success is a result of that very decade, makes herself very scarce online. Moss supposedly has an Instagram, but told Interview in 2013 that not only was her account private, but she only has 25 followers. Perhaps Moss could use a bit of social media training from Delevingne.