Miranda Kerr’s Vogue cover: Good or Bad?

I found Miranda Kerr’s new cover of Turkey’s Vogue, and my immediate thought was ‘meh, she’s looked better’. Huffington Post took it a bit further, and really went off on how bad she looks. What do you think? Is it really that bad?

On a scale from one to never, how often does Miranda Kerr look bad?

Yet we may have found one rare moment where the Aussie model appears less than perfect. (It’s probably because of the strange angle and odd lighting, but still.) Kerr posed for the August 2012 issue of Vogue Turkey, sporting dramatic wide-legged pants and a deeply cut top on the cover.

Lensed by Sofia & Mauro, the cover shot is one of Miranda’s odder ones: instead of admiring her lovely face, we’re given a perfect view straight up her nose. Her linebacker shoulders aren’t helping the matter.

It’s not our least favorite Miranda cover — that honor goes to her Haute Muse coverfrom December 2011 — but we generally prefer when we can see the model’s face… not just the underside of her chin.

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