Cara Delevingne has been trying her hand at acting as well as modelling / Getty Images

The model has reportedly parted ways with her agency Storm.

Cara Delevingne may be best known for her appearances on catwalks, magazine covers and in campaigns, but it seems she's leaving that all behind making clear moves away from the fashion industry.

She has reportedly parted ways with her modelling agency Storm Model Management who signed her at the age of 15.

Delevingne's portfolio has been deleted from the website of the London-based model agency who also represents the likes of Kate Moss and Cindy Crawford.

Delevingne will now be represented by acting agent William Morris LA who also looks after A-list actresses Emma Stone and Charlize Theron.

She has made no secret of her intentions - in addition to lining up a string of acting roles, the 22-year-old has been increasingly vocal about her intended career change telling The Guardian that giving up modelling in favour of acting would be "blissful."


She also complained to Vogue, telling the American magazine for which she scores her first ever solo cover this month:

"The thrill of acting is making a character real. Modelling is the opposite of real. It’s being fake in front of the camera."

Although Delevingne signed to Storm in 2009 it wasn't until 2011 that she got her first big break when Christopher Bailey cast her in Burberry's spring 2011 campaign. From there her profile spiralled.

The Independent is awaiting comment from Storm Model Management.