“Be the women that fixes another women’s crown (dress) instead of pointing out that it was crooked,” Delevingne wrote.
Anya Taylor-Joy isn’t just a talented actress and fashion goddess, she’s also the kind of genuinely good human that all little children should aspire to grow up to be like.
At least, that’s what Cara Delevingne says. The model took to Instagram on Saturday to share an ode to her friendship with Taylor-Joy, beginning with a clip of the actress helping her fix her dress after an apparently wardrobe malfunction earlier this week when both women attended the 2022 Dior Croisiere (Cruise) fashion show at the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens.
“Find friends that will tell you when you have something in your teeth and when you need it most, tell you things you may not want to hear,” Delevingne captioned her Instagram post, which also included several photos highlighting her friendship with Taylor-Joy from their time hanging out in Athens. “Connection is the only way we can learn and grow so be the women that fixes another women’s crown (dress) instead of pointing out that it was crooked. Also wearing the same thing as someone else only means you have good taste…☺️ @anyataylorjoy @dior.”
In addition to the clip of friendship goals on display, Delevingne’s gallery post also included a shot of her and Taylor-Joy walking outside together, looking enviable as always, another clip of them posing together for photographers, a sweet shot taken from behind of them holding hands, and a snap showing off their matching, strappy gold shoes (and if proudly bragging about fashion twinning isn’t a sign of best friend-dom, we’re honestly not sure what is.
Delevingne followed the post up with a general photo dump from the show that was glorious in its own right.
“A magical night in Athens to be remembered forever,” she captioned the second post. “Beyond grateful to be apart of the @dior family. Thank you to the whole Dior team who constantly work so hard and of course, @mariagraziachiuri who continues to inspire me on so many levels – as a woman and as an artist with a purpose.”