Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams' song, "CC The World," has made its world debut.
In the recently released Karl Lagerfeld film, Reincarnation, Delevingne and Williams sang a beautiful duet as they reenacted Coco Chanel's trip to an Austrian resort in 1954.
"In the clip, Geraldine Chaplin portrays the iconic designer, who’s inspired to create her signature Chanel jacket after becoming infatuated with the uniform coat worn by a hotel bell hop played by Pharrell," Gossip Cop reported on Tuesday. "Delevingne takes on the role of a waitress, and the two later transform into royalty. Pharrell and Delevingne are reincarnated as Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth of Austria in the enchanting footage."
Delevingne has been speaking of a career in music for months. Although the model, who signed with Storm Model Management in 2009, has acheived great success in the modeling industry, working for top brands including Chanel, Burberry, Fendi and Stella McCartney, her real passion lies in acting and singing.
According to Lagerfeld, Delevingne has “wanted to sing for a long time.”
“For her to start singing with Pharrell is not that bad, no?” he said during an interview with WWD, via Gossip Cop.
As for Delevingne's excitement about working with Williams on "CC The World," she told the magazine, “I was so happy. I think I screamed down the phone at him.”
Watch "Reincarnation" in full below.