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Cara Delevingne Diet Carries Weight: Model is Google's 2013 Most Searched Fashion Name as Fans Wonder How She Gets Her Figure

First Posted: Dec 18, 2013 06:02 PM EST
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Known for her signature bushy eyebrows and great figure, Victoria's Secret Angel Cara Delevingne is announced as the most searched fashion name in Google's annual UK Zeitgeist list this year.

Delevingne certainly beat Sir Paul Smith and Dame Vivienne Westwood to the top spot, with the designers coming in second and third respectively out of all the fashion figures in the search engine's list.

Former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham scored the fourth place on the list, though she came in No. 1 on the list by rival search engine Bing. British fashion icon Kate Moss, who was busy this year with her comeback collection for high-street retailer Top Shop and an appearance on the cover of Playboy magazine's 60th edition, sits at fifth.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Alexander McQueen, Alexa Chung, Vera Wang and Naomi Campbell completed the top 10 list of fashion names.

When it comes to fashion brands, U.S. label Coach topped the most-searched list, while French haute couture fashion houses Hermes and Chanel came in second and third respectively.

The rest of the top 10 list of fashion brands reads as follows: Gucci; Michael Kors; Louis Vuitton; Prada; Vivienne Westwood; Lacoste; and Tommy Hilfiger.

Cara Delevingne also came on top in the list of fashion people trending on Google in 2013. In other words, her name has seen the largest increase in traffic compared with 2012, narrowly beating Naomi Campbell and Jourdan Dunn.

The British supermodel also managed to secure herself the top spot on Tumblr's "most reblogged" model list, keeping Australian model Miranda Kerr off the top spot on the list. The top 5 list is completed with Candice Swanepoel, Barbara Palvin and Brazilian male model Francisco Lachowski.

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