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Margot Robie is more than your average pretty face. After starting her career as a cast member on the hit Australian show "Neighbours, Margot gained mass appeal as the star movies such as "The Wolf of Wall Street", "Focus", and "Suicide Squad" portraying the role of badass Harley Quinn, alongside Cara Delevingne. Her latest film "I, Tonya" documenting the real-life story of Olympian ice-skater Tonya Harding is getting rave reviews. And although her acting chops are praised so is her style. Her relaxed, nonchalant fashion sense in leisure-wear and on the red carpet, is causing waves across the globe. 


Scroll down below and discover how to incorporate her flawless chic style! 

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Warning, the image above was used ironically. It's the perfect example of this "Tumblr culture" that is glamourising mental illness.


"Cute but psycho, but cute". Sorry to be blunt, but there's nothing cute about being a psychopath. The dictionary definition of this is "a person suffering from chronic mental disorder with abnormal or violent social behaviour". It's an illness, and not one that should be glorified or turned into a slogan. 

It's a debate we've all heard before- the extent to which words like anxiety, OCD and depression have become trivialised. We're all guilty of misusing these terms, claiming "this weather is making me depressed" or quips of a similar nature. Ignorance is excusable to an extent, but most people know better than this. We know mental illness is serious, we know it affects 1 in 3 people and that suicide is the biggest cause of death for men between 20 and 49. 

These kind of statistics have been increasingly promoted and shared in the media, thanks to the work of brilliant charities who are pushing for them to become common knowledge. But we are all still colloquially using terms that shouldn't be thrown around. You don't hear people compare a cold to cancer, just as we shouldn't compare being sad to being depressed. One is chronic and often terminal, there is a difference and it's insensitive to not recognise this. 

It's a difficult subject, because most people don't mean it maliciously when they compare their trivial daily problems to mental illnesses, but it still needs to be challenged. Why? Because saying "I'm so depressed" when you mean sad isn't dangerous, it's ignorant and offensive, but not dangerous per say. What is dangerous is this teen culture emerging where young people think things like self-harm are cool. The fact that they are glamourising depression as something romantic or poetic on sites like Tumblr is worrying, and older generations should be concerned. 

A perfect example of this glamorisation is the widespread reaction of teenagers to the film Suicide Squad. A quick look on Tumblr or weheartit and the feed is flooded with images of Harley Quinn and the Joker. Quotes like "she wouldn't die for him, that was too easy. Instead she was willing to live through the misery life brings, all for him" and others are extremely popular. The film is at no fault for this, because after seeing it I don't think it was glamourising  mental health- quite the opposite. But the reaction to it is worrying. 

That quote is not a love young people should be aspiring to experience, its purpose is to show what an abusive relationship looks like. But society's constant trivialisation of mental illness has meant that younger generations aren't equipped to properly distinguish between what is healthy and what isn't. How can we blame them? How are they realistically going to be able to identify anxiety from nerves when the adults around them constantly confuse the two. How are they going to distinguish between a healthy relationship and an abusive one if they think being "psycho" is "cute"?

We all need to make a conscious effort to, firstly, challenge the way we use mental illnesses as descriptive terms, and secondly to educate ourselves so that we can educate the younger generations over the realities of mental illness. 

If you feel like you need support, or to find out more about mental health, visit Mind.org for information.

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1. "I just don't think I trust men. That's the problem. I can appreciate a beautiful-looking man, but he's not my type".

2. "David called me up and said 'If you have the opportunity, go to a forest alone at night, under the full moon, and become like an animal'. So I ran naked through woodland, howling like a wolf, getting stung by stinging nettles. To be honest, I do weird shit like that all the time". 

3. "I've hooked up with hotter girls than both of you combined". (To James Corden and Dave Fanco on 'drop the mic').

4. "I'm wearing underwear with a penis and vagina on it holding hands".

5. "I wish my school days could have dragged on a little longer, or that I could go back and do it later in life".

6. "I fall asleep everywhere! Someone recently asked if they could publish a book of pictures of me sleeping because there are so many".

7. "We are all a quarter good, a quarter bad, a quarter animal and a quarter child which equals a whole bunch of crazy".

8. "They're like lips, they're like noses, they're like eyeballs, you should be able to have them out all the time if you want. Nipples are beautiful things, don't hide them".

9. "I'm a world class Beat Boxer; you should hear the noises I can make with my mouth". 

10. "I wanted to be a Disney Channel star! I wanted to be Hannah Montana". 

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Margot Robbie turned up the heat for the premiere of Suicide Squad in NYC this week. The young actress complemented her pale skin tone with deep, rich, oxblood lipstick and natural eyes.  


She caught everyone's eye with her dress: a high-necked, long-sleeved gown with equal parts black lace and shimmering gold sequins, in the shape of a unicorn. Nude nails and a small black clutch added to the outfit without being too loud. 

Get inspired by her look with our pieces below and watch the video above to see her tattoo artistry skills!

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Cara Delevinge graces another Vogue UK cover, in the new September issue. The editorial was shot by legendary Mario Testino for her 5th British Vogue cover. Cara has of recent taken a break from catwalk appearances, preferring to focus her attention on acting. She's been in the popular Paper Towns and Pan, with her biggest role to date coming up soon- in Suicide Squad. 


Cara in the interview stated that "I'm completely in love...Before, I didn't know what love was- real love", this is in reference to her relationship with singer-songwriter St Vincent (real name Annie Clark).

Cara continued "I didn't understand the depth of it. I always used to think it was you against the world. Now I know the meaning of life is love. Whether that's for yourself or for the world or your partner".

The model and actress also commented on defining as gay adding that "As a child, I used gay as a bad word, as in, 'that's so gay'. All my friends did. My parents have been so, so supportive. I'm obviously in love, so if people want to say I'm gay, that's great. But we're all liquid- we change, we grow".

There has been a lot of discussion over the gender pay gap in Hollywood, which Cara weighed in on by stating "I would probably still do it even if I wasn't paid at all. But in terms of equal pay I need to be paid the same as the guy who has equal billing with me. Otherwise I won't do it. Because if you accept less, you're just letting everyone else down and continuing the cycle". 

In terms of her acting career, she admitted that her greatest fear is "always that I have just been hired because of my number of followers".

We can't wait to see Cara in Suicide Squad, and we love her honesty in this interview! 

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Margot Robbie, actress from films like Wolf of Wall Street and the new Suicide Squad, now has another notch to add to her belt- being the face of Calvin Klein's fragrance 'Deep Euphoria' which will be released in September. 


The campaign was shot by Craig McDean, where you can see the star wearing a deep purple which matches the perfume bottle, with a scantily clad man laying behind her. 

This is Margot's first campaign, and this image shall be accompanied by adverts directed by Francis Lawrence. Yup, the same guy that directed The Hunger Games.  We can't wait, keep your eyes peeled as we'll be sure to show you them when they're released...

Melissa Goldie from Calvin Klein said that 'We see Ms. Robbie as a risk taker, really exploring the multiple aspects of her personality through fantasy during the 'Deep Euphoria' Calvin Klein advertising campaign'.

The stunning Margot has had a pretty good week, with the release of Legend Of Tarzan and a possible proposal, now this massive campaign! YASSS girl.

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Starring in the June-July 2016 issue of W magazine, model-turned-actress Cara Delevingne can next be seen as the Enchantress in Suicide Squad this August. Speaking to W about getting the role, Cara tells of an unconventional method she used to prepare for her scenes...

 "There still wasn't a script, but David asked me to go and try and find a forest and, if it was a full moon, get naked and walk around through the woods with my feet in the mud, which I did," she said. "There wasn't a full moon, but I howled like a wolf. It would have been really funny if someone had seen me."

Styled by Edward Enninful, the W shoot sees Cara modelling AW16 looks by designers such as Balenciaga, Dior, Prada and more. Scroll through our gallery to see the entirety of the shoot and shop below for colourful heels to rock this season!

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Actress Margot Robbie snagged the cover of Oyster magazine this month, in light airy makeup and funky embellished earrings. She looks completely at ease in alien-like dangling sequined earrings, high-necked Prada dress, and about 10 pounds of little shimmering beads. 


In her interview inside, she talks about being in Suicide Squad, how playing Harley Quinn affected her, and her love for Comic Con. She may be in Gucci, Miu Miu, and Prada, but her look is totally achievable on any budget.

Watch Margot in the trailer for her upcoming movie The Legend of Tarzan above!

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So it seems that Cara Delevingne's break from modelling is well and truly over, as it was revealed today she's become brand ambassador for Rimmel. 


Following the news last month that she'd nabbed the YSL SS16 campaign, the internet promptly went into meltdown about her so called retirement.

Cara hit back: "Can we just set the record straight… I never said I was quitting modelling." 

"I am so lucky for the work I get to do but I used to work to try and escape and just ended up completely exhausting myself."

So there you have it. Not retired (well, she is only 23) just being exceptionally selective about what she takes on. Oh, to be Cara...

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Remember getting excited back in January for the release of the new Suicide Squad trailer? Well, prepare to feel that excitement tenfold because a new teaser has just hit online... and it is EPIC. 

Humorous, violent and so damn cool, we get to see Margot Robbie hammering it up as Harley Quinn in much more detail than in the first trailer- oh and she looks seriously hot too. 

Will Smith’s Deadshot appears tortured and angsty, Cara Delevingne’s Enchantress actually has spoken lines (remember Pan?) and Jared Leto as the Joker reminds us all to pick up the phone and make a dentist’s appointment…

Watch above for the full trailer and let us know what you think in the comments box! 

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Back in 1990, Canadian beauty Linda Evangelista was quoted this by Vogue: "We have this expression, Christy [Turlington] and I: We don't get up for less than $10,000 a day."

Today, model turned actress Cara Delevingne's average daily earnings as a model has been revealed. This year alone, she's earned £3 million for her role in the upcoming Suicide Squad film and fashion campaigns including Burberry, Chanel and Fendi.

According to Teen Vogue and Daily Mail, a breakdown of this total means that Cara has been earning roughly £8,576 per day.

It's all right for some, isn't it?

Scroll right to find out who the top 10 highest paid models in the world are in 2015!

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In a recent Interview with Beats 1 Radio, Jared Leto's suicide co-star Will Smith says he still hasn't met Jared after working with him for six months on Suicide Squad. According to Will, Jared was always in character as the Joker: "He was all in on the Joker.” 


Pictured here during a stroll around NYC on Friday, Jared was dressed in his usual zip knee joggers with ASICS boots and a support Nepal tee. 

We can't wait to see his performance in the new movie!

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