In case you forgot in the midst of the Met Ball (and all of the under-whelming and not remotely PUNK dresses that hit the red carpet), 20 year-old Cara Delevingne, is involved in a cocaine scandal. The British model, who has been tapped as the next Kate Moss, dropped a little bag of white powder outside her home last weekend, which spurred rumors that she is doing drugs. It also reportedly prompted H&M to begin conducting a thorough investigation into the matter, since Delevingne fronts their Divided ad campaign. Two people who don't seem to care too much about the incident (in addition to Sienna Miller, who locked lips with the model at the Met Gala, as evidenced by a Instagram picture posted by Delevingne): Karl Lagerfeld and Marc Jacobs.
Karl Lagerfeld, the creative director for Chanel, included the model in his 2014 cruise collection runway show in Singapore this past week. Also, Marc Jacobs released the latest t-shirt from his skin-cancer-awareness collection, starring a nude Delevingne. Granted the shirts were likely produced and shipped prior to Delevingne's "coke" incident, if this is any indication of how the rest of the industry will react, Delevninge's brand won't be too tarnished by the incident.