Cara Delevingne has been wowing on the red carpet of her whirlwind press tour for her new film “Paper Towns.” The self-confessed tomboy has channelled girly aesthetic in lots of floral print ensembles. Stylists Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, who also work with the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Ciara, have been putting her on a parade of prints for her film’s press tour.

Delevingne has been busy promoting the coming-of-age dramedy in which she stars opposite Nat Wolff as the mysterious Margo Roth Spiegelman. During her whirlwind of a press tour, the model-turned-actress has been making the rounds in her most show-stopping looks yet. Zangardi said the styling duo wanted to maintain her cool and effortless style while adding a touch of a movie star feminine polish, according to Hollywood Reporter .

“We didn’t want to go too far into ladylike territory since the film is for a younger demo, so the idea was to have fun with the looks,” said Zangardi. The star’s looks included a houndstooth print Mary Katrantzou outfit, floral Dolce & Gabbana dress, Etro waistcoat and most recently a silver sequined Saint Laurent mini

According to Zangardi, the 22-year-old collaborated with him and Haenn and weighed in on the type of looks she wanted to wear. He said the actress wanted to look girly, and hence the duo added interesting prints and bright colors to her ensembles.

The stylists, who also dress Rachel McAdams, achieved the aim without losing Cara’s laid-back and offbeat personality, he said. Zangardi added that since the actress is herself a bit of a style chameleon, it was easy to take in any direction. They were able to experiment with different prints for her looks and they all worked effortlessly on her.

Zangardi notes that the Mary Katrantzou look is one of his favorites among all Cara’s looks for her “Paper Towns” tour. The stylist said the British beauty looked comfortable and confident in the minidress, though it was much more colorful and feminine than what she usually wears. He added that the color combinations of oxblood and acid yellow added a contrast to her skin tone.