Worse for wear: Cara Delevingne looked very bleary-eyed on Wednesday as she arrived at JFK Airport after a heavy night partying at the Met Gala after party on Monday

Cara Delevingne makes a bleary-eyed appearance clutching a pillow at JFK airport


Cara Delevingne looked very bleary-eyed on Wednesday as she arrived at JFK Airport after a heavy night partying at the Met Gala after party on Monday.

The 29-year-old model, who was clutching a pillow under her arm, gave a Little Devil vintage T-shirt, underneath a black trench coat.

Make-up free Cara dressed comfortably for her flight in gray joggers, and black trainers, and covered her face with a black mask.

Worse for wear: Cara Delevingne looked very bleary-eyed on Wednesday as she arrived at JFK Airport after a heavy night partying at the Met Gala after party on Monday

Her outing comes after Cara appeared to be very worse for wear on Monday night while leaving the raucous Met Gala after party in New York.

The actress, who went topless earlier in the evening at the iconic event, had been one of the revelers at the Casa Cipriani bash, with the celebrations seeming to have taken their toll on the bleary-eyed star.

On her very animated departure, she was supported by actress Vanessa Hudgens, 33, and rapper Megan The Stallion, 27, who appeared to be calming her down.

Megan and Vanessa firmly remained by a distressed Cara’s side as the raucousness made its way outside.

Heavy night: Cara is pictured here after enjoying a wild time at a raucous Met Gala after party in New York on Monday

Heavy night: Cara is pictured here after enjoying a wild time at a raucous Met Gala after party in New York on Monday

Casual: The 29-year-old model clutched a pillow as she donned a 'Little Devil' vintage t-shirt, underneath a black trench coat

Casual: The 29-year-old model clutched a pillow as she donned a ‘Little Devil’ vintage t-shirt, underneath a black trench coat

Ready for a nap: The model looked all set to snooze on her long haul flight

Ready for a nap: The model looked all set to snooze on her long haul flight

After daring to bare at the annual Met Gala it was a surprisingly subdued Cara who attended its subsequent after-party on Monday evening.

The British model and actress had stormed the red carpet at the star-studded event, where she stripped off her Christian Dior jacket to unveil her gold painted body while posing outside of the The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

But Cara appeared to be feeling the chill as she made her way into the late night after-party at New York City nightspot Zero Gravity wearing a mid-length winter coat.

With the striking gold façade scrubbed clean, Cara opted for a sequined silver mini dress in place of the androgynous red trouser-suit she wore earlier that evening.

She added to the look with a pair of scuffed black boots, while bold make-up – the only lasting remnant of her red carpet look – drew further attention to her already recognizable features.

Despite the shocking nature of her earlier look, Cara oozed confidence and even stuck her tongue out at photographers after going topless on the red carpet.

Golden girl: She was painted gold all the way down to her feet as she attended the Met Gala

Golden girl: She was painted gold all the way down to her feet as she attended the Met Gala

Big reveal: Cara arrived in a red double-breasted jacket that she would later strip off

Unbothered: Despite the shocking nature of her look, Cara oozed confidence as she posed topless for shutterbugs

Big reveal: Cara arrived at the gala in a red double-breasted jacket that she would later strip off

All about balance: She did decide to leave her lower half under wraps by rocking a pair of silky high-waisted red trousers that matched her jacket

All about balance: She did decide to leave her lower half under wraps by rocking a pair of silky high-waisted red trousers that matched her jacket

She protected her modesty with a pair of pasties and accessorized with a dainty gold body chain for some added dimension.

Countless gold chain choker necklaces were also secured to the catwalk queen’s neck and she rocked a statement ring on one finger.

She did decide to leave her lower half under wraps by rocking a pair of silky high-waisted red trousers that matched her jacket.

Cara kept the jacket in one hand while yielding a black cane with a gold handle in the other.

Cool factor: Cara kept the jacket in one hand while yielding a black cane with a gold handle in the other

Perfect poser: Cara kept the jacket in one hand while yielding a black cane with a gold handle in the other

Cool factor: Cara kept the jacket in one hand while yielding a black cane with a gold handle in the other

Glam: The covergirl's bright blonde hair was parted to one side and styled in glamorous, loose waves that flowed down her back and chest

Glam: The covergirl’s bright blonde hair was parted to one side and styled in glamorous, loose waves that flowed down her back and chest

Her bright blonde hair was parted to one side and styled in glamorous, loose waves that flowed down her back and chest. Some of it was tucked behind her ear to show off her interesting earrings.

She stomped around the spacious venue in a pair of gorgeous red platform heels.

As for makeup, Cara had hoards of rhinestones glued to her eyes in a cateye shape with shimmery shadow swiped across her brown bone.

Her lips were doused in milky pink lip gloss and her pale complexion was given a youthful flush with pink blusher.

Met Gala veteran: Cara has walked the Met Gala red carpet since her debut in 2011 and has always pulled out all the stops

Met Gala veteran: Cara has walked the Met Gala red carpet since her debut in 2011 and has always pulled out all the stops

Star-studded: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit, also known as the Met Gala, is considered by many as the 'Super Bowl of celebrity red carpets'

Star-studded: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit, also known as the Met Gala, is considered by many as the ‘Super Bowl of celebrity red carpets’

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit, also known as the Met Gala, is considered by many as the ‘Super Bowl of celebrity red carpets.’

Fashion’s biggest night is traditionally held the first Monday in May to raise money for the Costume Institute in New York City, with last year’s event moved to September due to the pandemic.

This year’s dress code was ‘gilded glamour’ to match the theme of ‘In America: An Anthology of Fashion,’ a continuation of last year’s ‘In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.’

Tickets for the glitzy event can reportedly cost up to $35,000 apiece, while prices for a table range from $200,000 to $300,000, with last year’s bash raking in a whopping $16.4 million for the Met’s Costume Institute.

Bedazzled: As for makeup, Cara had hoards of rhinestones glued to her eyes in a cateye shape

A little shimmer: She also had shimmery shadow swiped across her brown bone

Bedazzled: As for makeup, Cara had hoards of rhinestones glued to her eyes in a cateye shape with shimmery shadow swiped across her brown bone

Flushed: Her lips were doused in milky pink lip gloss and her pale complexion was given a youthful flush with pink blusher

Flushed: Her lips were doused in milky pink lip gloss and her pale complexion was given a youthful flush with pink blusher

Regina King, power couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, and Lin-Manuel Miranda hosted the occasion, taking over from Timothée Chalamet, Billie Eilish, Amanda Gorman and Naomi Osaka.

It was Miranda’s first time as a Met Gala co-chair, but he was originally intended to co-host the 2020 edition before the pandemic forced its cancellation.

Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour was once again overseeing the benefit as chairwoman, a position she’s held since 1995. Her fellow honorary co-chairs were designer Tom Ford and Instagram head Adam Mosseri.

As usual, the sartorial theme came from the exhibit the gala launches: ‘In America: An Anthology of Fashion,’ which is the second of star curator Andrew Bolton’s two-part show exploring the roots of American style.

Preview: She first teased her Met Gala look as she was captured leaving her hotel in New York City ahead of the event

Preview: She first teased her Met Gala look as she was captured leaving her hotel in New York City ahead of the event

Underwraps: Cara had her cane in hand and kept her golden chest totally hidden beneath her jacket.  Only her painted hands and the tops of her feet were visible

Practice makes perfect: She took the time to interact with devoted fans outside her hotel and even indulged photographers by getting in some practice shots before her red carpet arrival

Underwraps: Cara had her cane in hand and kept her golden chest totally hidden beneath her jacket. Only her painted hands and the tops of her feet were visible

Tucked in: Cara gave a sheer corset beneath her scarlet satin trousers as she hit the red carpet

Tucked in: Cara gave a sheer corset beneath her scarlet satin trousers as she hit the red carpet

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