Puma and Cara Delevingne team up for new docuseries

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Cara Delevingne has partnered with Puma to produce a four-part docuseries on women’s empowerment.

Over the course of the series Cara will visit women worldwide who are working to improve the world they live in.

Cara visits refugee camps in Uganda, meets the women behind “Get Lit” – a program using poetry to improve literacy in Los Angeles youth, learns self-defence techniques from Dr. Ryhana Dawood, founder of Martial Smarts, and meets two victims of bullying to discuss their experiences.

Cara said: “Now I am starting to understand women’s empowerment a lot more and how I want to lift other women up. But you can’t do that unless you lift yourself up. I’m still growing every day. It’s a constant reminder.”

The series is produced as part of Puma’s “#DoYou” campagin and Cara also worked with Puma to design two pairs of “Do You” Basket Heart laces, sales of which will support the UNHCR. The laces are available to buy online from puma.com and from branches of Foot Locker in the US and Europe.

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