Sienna Miller, Cara Delevingne Kiss at Met Gala: Picture

Celebrity News May. 8, 2013 AT 12:15PM
ara Delevigne posted photo of her locking lips with Sienna Miller Cara Delevigne posted this photo to Instagram of her locking lips with Sienna Miller at the Met Gala on Monday, May 6. Credit: Courtesy of Cara Delevigne

Well, she's definitely giving folks something to talk about! Days after she made headlines dropping a mysterious baggie of white powder from her purse on Saturday, May 4, model Cara Delevingne grabbed the spotlight once more at the Met Gala on Monday, May 6 -- by locking lips with fellow blonde bombshell Sienna Miller.

The 20-year-old stunner shared a photo of herself smooching Miller, 31, on her Instagram account late Tuesday evening, captioning the shot "Sooo many studs! So little time."

PHOTOS: Other stars and their girl on girl action

The "studs" in question are of the metallic variety. In the sexy picture, the pair appear to be enjoying their embrace with eyes closed, both clad in Burberry-designed studded dresses and similar punk-inspired hairstyles. Delevingne's look featured a long-sleeved, figure-hugging gown with a plunging neckline and studs adorning the entire upper bodice. 

Miller wore a white floor-length gown paired with a gold-studded black jacket and a matching studded headband. Though the pair hammed it up for photographers on the red carpet, however, Delevingne wasn't quite so camera-happy just two days earlier.

PHOTOS: Celebrity rehab centers

On Saturday, Delevingne was photographed just outside her flat in central London fumbling through her purse for her keys when a small baggie filled with a bit of white powder fell to the ground. The Burberry and H&M model smiled for cameras as she kept her right foot firmly in place until she was able to cover the plastic baggie with her purse and pick it up.

PHOTOS: Celebrity mug shots

H&M is currently investigating the incident, telling the Daily Mail in a statement: "Our team will evaluate the evidence over the next few days. If the story is true, then we will take action."

The clothing company previously dropped fellow H&M model Kate Moss back in 2005 after she admitted to using cocaine. "If someone is going to be the face of H&M, it is important they be healthy, wholesome and sound," spokeswoman Jennifer Uglialoro told the New York Times at the time.

comments powered by Disqus

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT