Cara Delevingne's Los Angeles home was recently featured by Architectural Digest and it truly must be seen to be believed. The pansexual, gender-fluid model and actress gave a tour of what she calls her "adult playhouse" and it lives up to that billing in every sense, blending sophistication with playfulness and tons of sex appeal.
Also, there is a vagina tunnel. Yes, a vagina tunnel.
From the outside, it looks like a stunning L.A. home; however, once you go beyond its blue double doors, it's revealed to be a wonderland of designer furnishings, musical instruments, and a celebration of the vulva. Each room has its own theme: there's a ball pit, a David Bowie-inspired bathroom, and a pink carpet-lined nook (complete with mirrored ceiling, swing, and stripper pole) which Delevigne refers to as her "pink pussy palace." And tucked away behind a false wall (one of many) is the aforementioned vagina tunnel.
Created with the help of her architect Nicolo Bini, the vagina tunnel is exactly what it sounds like: an anatomically correct passageway that connects to another room. "[Bini] made all of my mad crazy ideas -- which, you know, some things I thought he would say no or we can't do that or that's kind of crazy -- but he made them come to life," said Delevigne. "If I was Alice in Wonderland, he'd be my Mad Hatter."
As for the tunnel's purpose, Delevigne says it's a great venue for contemplation. "I come in here to think, I come in here to create, I come in here to feel inspired in the vagina tunnel," she explained. Delevigne then proceeded to disappear down the tunnel. "I'm going to show you where this lovely labia leads -- see you there!" When the camera catches up to her, she's emerging out of a pink washing machine and declares herself "rebirthed and cleansed."
While the residence is an unconventional if beautiful one, Delevigne shared that it still feels like home to her. "There's a proper dining room and living room and a great kitchen. But it's also a kind of journey. The deeper in you go, the more treasures you discover," she said.