Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams have teased that they could be collaborating together musically.
The Happy hit-maker, who was presented with the International Recording Artist prize by the British model at the 2014 Elle Style Awards, hinted they could be headed to the recording studio together after his partnerships with the likes of Robin Thicke, Daft Punk and Snoop Dogg.
"Cara is untapped talent. I think Cara is much bigger than what everyone thinks. You have no idea what's going to happen," he said.
" I just knew I wanted to work with her because she was different. And then when I met her, it was like, 'Cool, I'm good, I'm all the way good'. And then when I realised how much more talent was there, I was instantly in it."
The pair previously featured in a Vogue photo shoot together, working with acclaimed photographer David Bailey.
"We had an amazing day the first time we met each other. To be honest, he hated me when we first met," she joked.
Cara, who has revealed her musical ambitions in the past, has been writing songs since she was 13 and joined her friend Will Heard on the 2012 single, Sonnentanz (Sun Don't Shine).
The 21-year-old model admitted it would be a dream come true to work with Pharrell.
" You don't understand how weird it is when he says things like this. I'm thinking, 'I feel like a little girl'," she said.
"The next song that comes out, I'm like, 'How did he do it again, and again, and again without fail?' He still has this back catalogue of all these songs - he saves them. He knows what's good. He really does."