Cara Delevingne has given fans a sneak peek of her Los Angeles home, which includes a “vagina tunnel” with “lovely labia”.
The pansexual icon calls her home her “adult playhouse”, and it includes a “David Bowie shrine” bathroom and a “David Lynch-inspired poker room”. Her bedroom also has a “bouquet of vagina flowers, for vagina appreciation”.
The extravagant home was designed by architect Nicolò Bini at Line Architecture, who created the “vagina tunnel” for her complete with pink feathers and a light-up clitoris. Delevingne said: “Nicolò made that idea come to life, which I never thought possible. I think that was kind of a test to see how far he would go, and he went there.”
She the tunnel fuels her creativity: “I come in here to think, I come in here to create, I feel inspired in the vagina tunnel.”
The model gave fans a full tour of the luxury pad as a part of Architectural Digest‘s Open Door series.
The home boasts two rooms decorated with Gucci wallpaper, a Chanel surfboard, a vintage pool table and a ball pit. Her bathroom also has his-and-hers sinks – “or hers-and-hers sinks, depending on my mood”, Delevingne said.
She said the home has a number of different inspirations, including Alice in Wonderland, the jungle, Beverly Hills hotels and old English style.
One commenter wrote: “Finally a rich person house that is undoubtedly expensive, ridiculously decorated, but that I actually don’t hate.”
Cara Delevingne has been flying the flag for Pride month.
As well as her new Architectural Digest feature, Delevingne also recently starred in Puma’s 2021 Pride campaign, proudly flying the inclusive Pride flag to advertise the ‘Forever Free’ range.
She said in the campaign: “For my second Pride collaboration with PUMA, I wanted to not only celebrate Pride month but also honour the strength of the community, specifically in regard to the mental health hurdles that the LGBTQIA+ community has faced.”