Cara Delevingne Mesmerizing in Iris van Herpen “Poiesis” Cape Gown

Cara Delevingne looks hypnotically graceful at the Hollywood premiere of Carnival Row, wearing Iris van Herpen ‘Poiesis’ cape gown.

When it comes to young Hollywood, one of the most eye-catch actresses on the carpet is Cara Delevingne these days, and she served fans at the Carnival Row premiere. Continue on to see Cara Delevingne Mesmerizing in Iris van Herpen “Poiesis” Cape Gown…

Cara Delevingne Mesmerizing in Iris van Herpen “Poiesis” Cape Gown

CelebNFashion247.com has the latest from the Hollywood premiere of Amazon Primes Carnival Row looking absolutely stunning with Orlando Bloom standing by her side.

Cara Delevingne plays Vignette Stonemoss in Amazon Primes series Carnival Row and she made sure NOT to disappoint fans when she walked the red carpet.

Cara Delevingne Mesmerizing in Iris van Herpen “Poiesis” Cape Gown

The 27-year-old supermodel and actress wore a stunning caped gown by Iris van Herpen (the dress is called the “Poiesis,” a term from Greek philosophy meaning “the activity in which a person brings something into being that did not exist before”).

Delevingne’s dress came from van Herpen’s latest collection, “Hypnosis,” which drew rave reviews when it made its debut during Paris Couture Week. The designer collaborated with the artist Anthony Howe, who makes wind-powered kinetic sculptures, and videos of his work spinning away behind Van Herpen’s models during the show quickly went viral. –WMagazine

Carnival Row follows a human detective and a fairy rekindle a dangerous affair in a Victorian fantasy world, where the city’s uneasy peace collapses when a string of murders reveals an unimaginable monster.

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